The compilation of an inflation credibility barometer as a further instrument to support the implementation of inflation targets was the topic of an article in a previous issue of Central Banking (February 2003).
The earlier article drew attention to the fact that central banks should pay attention to the challenge of ensuring the general acceptance of published inflation figures by all stakeholders in the economy. If published inflation figures are simply distrusted, a policy of inflation targe
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