RBNZ's 2004 Monetary Policy Challenge

The Reserve Bank of New Zealand is again hosting the Monetary Policy Challenge this year. The Challenge is aimed at secondary school economics students and is designed to expand their understanding of monetary policy.

Monetary Policy Challenge

The competition involves students becoming, in effect, central bankers. Just like the economists working at the Reserve Bank, teams of students assess the economic conditions facing New Zealand and the outlook for inflation and then prepare advice on what

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