Monetary policy, a fine balancing act: Sweden’s Ingves

Stefan Ingves

Stefan Ingves, the governor of the Riksbank, on Thursday highlighted the complications in translating theoretical analysis into practical monetary policy decisions.

At the Swedish Economics Association in Stockholm Sweden, Ingves said that theory, when used wisely, could provide important support in explaining and evaluating monetary policy. However, he said central banks would need to undertake a balancing act in order to determine where the optimal balance lies and how the theories can be best

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