Experiences of inflation targeting

As the popularity of fully-fledged inflation targeting monetary policy regimes increases, as does the time countries have been implementing such frameworks, one can start to make some observations and draw some conclusions regarding the experiences of the various countries that have pursued this route.

This is exactly what a new IMF working paper* does in examining the experiences of inflation targeting countries and presenting a number of "stylised facts" and conclusions for policy makers.


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