Analysing Monetary and Fiscal Policy Regimes using Deterministic and Stochastic Simulations
We wish to analyse the new rules in the European fiscal and monetary environment, and to investigate the effects of fiscal and monetary activism in Europe. The new European Central Bank has to decide on its monetary policy stance and we aim in this paper to contribute to the debate of the best overall policy rule for Euroland.
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