Jenkins on Monetary Policy and Managing Change

In a speech on 'Monetary Policy and Managing Change' given on 30 September Paul Jenkins of the Bank of Canada reviewed the contribution that Canadian monetary policy makes in helping Canadians adapt to change. He also discusses the rationale for transparency and the bank's efforts to be more open and to consult and communicate with Canadians across the country through its regional offices. Jenkins concludes by reviewing the context for the Bank's recent monetary policy actions.

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