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The Inflation-Targeting Debate

Ben Bernanke and Michael Woodford ()

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JEL-codes: E31 E4 E5 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2004
Note: ME
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Chapters in this book:

Introduction to "The Inflation-Targeting Debate" , pp 1-10 Downloads
Ben Bernanke and Michael Woodford
What Has Inflation Targeting Achieved? , pp 11-16 Downloads
Mervyn A. King
Implementing Optimal Policy through Inflation-Forecast Targeting , pp 19-92 Downloads
Lars Svensson and Michael Woodford
Optimal Inflation-Targeting Rules , pp 93-172 Downloads
Marc Giannoni and Michael Woodford
Inflation Targeting, Price-Path Targeting, and Output Variability , pp 173-200 Downloads
Stephen Cecchetti and Junhan Kim
Imperfect Knowledge, Inflation Expectations, and Monetary Policy , pp 201-246 Downloads
Athanasios Orphanides and John Williams
Does Inflation Targeting Matter? , pp 249-282 Downloads
Laurence Ball and Niamh Sheridan
Limits to Inflation Targeting , pp 283-310 Downloads
Christopher Sims
Inflation Targeting in the United States? , pp 311-352 Downloads
Marvin Goodfriend
Inflation Targeting in Transition Economies Experience and Prospects , pp 353-422 Downloads
Jiri Jonas and Frederic Mishkin
Inflation Targeting and Sudden Stops , pp 423-446 Downloads
Ricardo Caballero and Arvind Krishnamurthy

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