Inflation Control: Do Central Bankers Have It Right?
Stephen Williamson ()
Review, 2018, vol. 100, issue 2, 127-50
Neo-Fisherites argue that conventional central banking wisdom has inflation control wrong, in that the way to increase (reduce) inflation is to increase (reduce) the central bank’s nominal interest rate target.
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