Examining inflation target uncertainty

In this Bank of Japan Working Paper, the authors analyse the interaction between private agents' uncertainty about inflation targets and the central bank's data uncertainty.

"In our model," they argue, "private agents update their perceived inflation target and the central bank estimates unobservable economic shocks as well as the perceived inflation target."

Under those two uncertainties, the learning process of both private agents and the central bank causes higher order beliefs to become

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