New tools for central bankers?

When financial markets are functioning "normally", monetary policy is essentially about deciding on the appropriate level of the policy interest rate and conducting fairly standard market operations to enforce that rate. Whether this is done in the context of an inflation-targeting regime or some other informal framework, central bankers and academics have a generally accepted view of the transmission mechanism for monetary policy: central banks change the policy rate, which leads to changes in

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