Optimal Time-Invariant Monetary Policy
This paper investigates how best to determine time-invariant policy rules in macroeconomic models with forward-looking constraints, where fully optimal policy is known to be time-inconsistent.� It proposes a new 'coefficient optimisation' approach that improves upon the timeless perspective method of Woodford (2003) in deterministic problems, and on average in stochastic problems, without resorting to asymptotic ('unconditional') loss comparisons.
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