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inflation-targeting

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  • Before the crisis, the policy paradigm used to look like this: central banks around the world would focus on inflation-targeting and on setting interest rates, while financial regulation would be left to specialized, ad hoc agencies.

    Otaviano Canuto: A Marriage of Convenience

  • Before the crisis, the policy paradigm used to look like this: central banks around the world would focus on inflation-targeting and on setting interest rates, while financial regulation would be left to specialized, ad hoc agencies.

    Otaviano Canuto: A Marriage of Convenience

  • Before the crisis, the policy paradigm used to look like this: central banks around the world would focus on inflation-targeting and on setting interest rates, while financial regulation would be left to specialized, ad hoc agencies.

    Otaviano Canuto: A Marriage of Convenience

  • Before the crisis, the policy paradigm used to look like this: central banks around the world would focus on inflation-targeting and on setting interest rates, while financial regulation would be left to specialized, ad hoc agencies.

    Otaviano Canuto: A Marriage of Convenience

  • Before the crisis, the policy paradigm used to look like this: central banks around the world would focus on inflation-targeting and on setting interest rates, while financial regulation would be left to specialized, ad hoc agencies.

    Otaviano Canuto: A Marriage of Convenience

  • Central banks in many advanced countries operate under the well-established inflation-targeting system.

    Central Banker Seeks Revolutionary Ideas

  • Critics like Mr. Parker argue that the RBNZ's focus has for too long been narrowly centered on preserving its 1% to 3% inflation target—introduced by Mr. Brash in 1990 to become the world's first central bank to enshrine an inflation-targeting band, a model that at least 23 countries have since followed.

    New Zealand's Central Bank Looks Abroad for Next Chief

  • Under Brazil's inflation-targeting program, instituted in 1999, the central bank is obliged to act whenever inflation threatens to jump higher than the target range.

    Brazil Raises Key Interest Rate

  • That would oblige it either to abandon any pretext of inflation-targeting and print its way through a shortfall, or to join the queue for bailout funding from Germany and other solvent northern European countries.

    Who Would Bail Out the European Central Bank?

  • Before the crisis, the policy paradigm used to look like this: central banks around the world would focus on inflation-targeting and on setting interest rates, while financial regulation would be left to specialized, ad hoc agencies.

    Otaviano Canuto: A Marriage of Convenience

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