Targeting impacts little on inflation expectations

Inflation targeting by Latin American central banks is failing to have the desired effect on economic agents' inflation expectations, research published by the Central Bank of Chile finds.

Inflation targeting central banks appear to be, if anything, slightly more aggressive in responding to inflation than non-inflation targeting central banks, but this has not resulted in more forward looking inflation expectations by economic agents.

The researchers estimate a small Dynamic Stochastic General

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