Gold standard and price-level targeting

A new paper from the Bank of Canada compares the gold standard and with price-level targeting regime.

In both regimes short-term inflation shocks affect monetary policy as they must always return to the price level, or price of gold. The paper looks at circumstances in which such regimes, faced - for example - with large output decline, might be temporarily suspended or abandoned.

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