Monetary Policy: The End of History?

SPEECH - Stephen Grenville, Deputy Governor of the Reserve Bank of Australia gave a speech on 20 July at the Monetary Authority of Singapore 30th Anniversary Conference on Central Banking in The New Economic and Financial Landscape, Singapore.


This session has a more philosophical theme, about the broad sweep of monetary policy. So I would like to use the opportunity to look at some history - where we have come from; where we are; and where we might possibly be going.

It would be hard to

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