Leading central bankers have expressed uncertainty about the implications of technological change for the relationship between inflation and employment.
Bank of England governor Mark Carney and Haruhiko Kuroda, head of the Bank of Japan, suggested new technologies are transforming the economic relationships that inform central bank policies.
Carney said the impact of technology on wages had potential implications for the Phillips curve and "therefore directly for monetary policy", finding it "mo
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