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Inflation-targeting: lessons from the international experience

Author: Bernanke, Ben S. ; Laubach, Thomas ; Mishkin, Frederic S. ; Posen, Adam S.Publisher: Princeton University Press, 1999.Language: EnglishDescription: 382 p. : Graphs ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0691086893Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Print HG229 .B47 1999
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Inflation Targeting Lessons from the International Experience Contents List of Figures Preface PART ONE: INFLATION TARGETING: THE ISSUES 1. Introduction 2. The Rationale for Inflation Targeting 3. Issues of Design and Implementation PART TWO: CASE STUDIES AND EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE 4. German and Swiss Monetary Targeting: Precursors to Inflation Targeting 5. New Zealand: Inflation-Targeting Pioneer 6. Canada: Inflation Targets as Tools of Communication 7. United Kingdom: The Central Bank as Counterinflationary Conscience 8. Sweden: Searching for a Nominal Anchor 9. Three Small Open Economies: Israel, Australia, and Spain 10. Inflation Targeting: How Successful Has It Been? PART THREE: CONCLUSIONS 11. What Have We Learned? 12. Inflation Targeting for the United States and the European Monetary Union vii ix 1 3 10 26 39 41 86 115 145 172 203 252 285 287 309 335 355 367 Notes References Index

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