Central bank communication must overcome the public’s limited attention span
Antonella Tutino ()
Economic Letter, 2016, vol. 11, issue 6, 4 pages
It is critical that central bankers have the ability to communicate their monetary policy goals and intentions involving employment and price stability to the public. The task is complicated in an economy that includes many firms and households in an era of information overload.
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