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Monetary Policy with Single Instrument Feedback Rules

  • Bernardino Adão
  • Isabel Horta Correia
  • Pedro Teles

We consider a standard cash in advance monetary model with flexible prices or prices set in advance and show that there are interest rate or money supply rules such that equilibria are unique. The existence of these single instrument rules depends on whether the economy has an infinite horizon or an arbitrarily large but finite horizon.

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