Interest rate rules, inflation and the Taylor principle: An analytical exploration
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KeywordsTaylor principle; interest rate rules; Taylor rules; inflation; optimal monetary policy; Principe de Taylor; règles de taux d'intérêt; règles de Taylor; politique monétaire optimale;
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