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Inflation, Nominal Debt, Housing, and Welfare

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  • Yaz Terajima

    (Bank of Canada)

  • Jose-Victor Rıos-Rull

    (University of Minnesota and Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis)

  • Cesaire A. Meh

    (Bank of Canada)

  • Shutao Cao

    (Bank of Canada)

Abstract

reform achieves full price stability (zero inflation).

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  • Yaz Terajima & Jose-Victor Rıos-Rull & Cesaire A. Meh & Shutao Cao, 2010. "Inflation, Nominal Debt, Housing, and Welfare," 2010 Meeting Papers 979, Society for Economic Dynamics.
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