Category: Monetary Policy

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Monetary Policy

On financial dominance

Should Central Banks increase interest rates when financial market turbulence is on the rise?

Monetary Policy

Managing a soft landing

New research on whether the Fed can engineer a soft landing.

Monetary Policy

Monetary policy and financial instability

More evidence on how persistently loose monetary policy, through its effect on financial markets can lead to a financial crisis.

Monetary Policy

“Monetary policy is 98 percent talk”*

New research on how tone and choice of topics during FOMC and ECB press conferences impact financial markets.

Monetary Policy

Central bank finance

Central banks are running with negative equity: what are the repercussions?

Monetary Policy

On monetary policy rules

New research on whether the Taylor Rule should still be the prevalent specification of monetary policy in macroeconomic models. A proposal for an alternative set of monetary rules.

Monetary Policy

Should household inequality affect the conduct of monetary policy?

New research on whether monetary policy is well-suited to deal with business-cycle shocks that affect the bottom of the income distribution.

Monetary Policy

Causes of today’s inflation

If inflation in the US is not due to excessive demand, is the current monetary policy stance the right one?

Monetary Policy

Historical patterns in central banking

Have central banks been passive prior to the 1970s?  Does de jure central bank independence translate into defacto independence?

Monetary Policy

Women in central banking

New research on why there are few women central bankers.

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