Category: Monetary Policy

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Monetary Policy

The Phillips curve is alive in the euro area!

New research shows that the Phillips curve remains a reliable policy tool for the euro area.

Monetary Policy

Monetary or macroprudential policy?

Two new research papers exploring the trade-offs and interaction between monetary and macroprudential policies.

Monetary Policy

In favor of QE

New research on how a modest amount of QE can overcome the ZLB. Barry Eichengreen discusses the politics of QE.

Monetary Policy

Change of the guard at the ECB

What next for the ECB now that its top leaders are on their way out.

Monetary Policy

The Fed’s strategy: rules vs discretion

What are the effects of the various rules that the Federal Reserve considers in setting policy?

Monetary Policy

Is the Fed’s independence on the line?

The White House’s two nominees for the Federal Reserve Board raise concerns about whether it is possible to insulate the central bank from partisan politics in the U.S.

Monetary Policy

Challenges to central bank independence

Central bank independence is increasingly in danger. John Cochrane and Paul Tucker discuss what needs to be done going forward.

Monetary Policy

How anchored are inflation expectations?

A new World Bank research analyzes the evolution and determinants of inflation expectations in emerging markets and advanced economies.

Monetary Policy

Strategies for a low rate environment

Revisiting the “secular stagnation” hypothesis: are we relying too much on central banks?

Monetary Policy

Currency competition

Can competing currencies destabilize monetary policy?

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