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Thursday, May 31, 2007

Price Measurement for Monetary policy

This is unlikely to be of much interest generally - it's a set of papers I want to have in the archives:

Conference on Price Measurement for Monetary Policy, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, May 24–25, 2007: In recent years, central banks have paid greater attention to the measurement issues associated with the attainment of price stability. Two measurement issues in particular stand out: disentangling transitory movements in inflation due to oil prices and other shocks that are largely beyond the control of central banks from persistent changes in inflation that are determined by monetary policy; and measuring the inflation expectations of households, firms and financial market participants. ...

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