Hungary central bank staff review their monetary policy model


The Hungarian National Bank (MNB) this week put out a working paper providing a retrospective view of the monetary policy model it has been following since March 2011. The paper's publication coincides with a changing of the guard at the bank, with a new governor due to take up his post on Monday, March 4.

The Monetary Policy Model (MPM) is a "carefully designed systematic tool", developed with the support of an International Monetary Fund technical assistance programme, which is designed to

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