Category: Monetary Policy

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Monetary Policy

Germany’s highest court challenges the ECB

The decision by Germany’s highest court on PSPP (Public Sector Purchase Programme) is one for the books. But this is not the time to go after PEPP (Pandemic Emergency Purchase Program) next.

Monetary Policy

Evaluating the new monetary policy tools

Will the new monetary policy toolkit enable central banks to counter the next cyclical slump and maintain price stability?

Monetary Policy

How to manage expectations

When consumers’ rationality is bounded how can policymakers manageĀ  inflation expectations?

Monetary Policy

Challenging times for central banks

Central banks are facing a triple challenge: economic, intellectual and institutional.

Monetary Policy

Is the repo market broken?

Since September the Fed has been pumping cash into the system in the form of short term loans out of fear that banks are unable to lend. What are critics saying?

Monetary Policy

Monetary policy and bounded rationality

In an economy with myopic agents: Is fiscal policy more powerful than monetary policy? Are simple Taylor rules effective in setting monetary policy?

Monetary Policy

The limitations of macropru

Is tightening macroprudential policies effective during crises orĀ  electoral cycles?

Monetary Policy

Forward guidance: is it always effective?

International evidence on which types of forward guidance are ineffective or even have a counterintuitive impact.

Monetary Policy

Rogoff and Palley on central bank independence

Is this the beginning of the end of central bank independence?

Monetary Policy

Evidence of the Neo-Fisher effect

Recent research shows that there is evidence of the Neo-Fisher effect in US data. But in a small European economy “monetary policy works according to textbook”.

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