Presentation on theme: "Lecture 171 Macroeconomic Analysis 2003 Monetary Policy: Inflation Targeting Interest Determination Policy Loss Function Mankiw ( 18 ) Blanchard (27 )"— Presentation transcript:
Lecture 171 Macroeconomic Analysis 2003 Monetary Policy: Inflation Targeting Interest Determination Policy Loss Function Mankiw ( 18 ) Blanchard (27 ) Miles and Scott (12 )
Lecture 172 Learning Objectives Inflation Targeting: Rule or Discretion? Taylor Rule for Interest Determination Inflation Bias of the Government Central Bank Independence Loss Function for Policy Analysis
Lecture 173 Policy Rule vs. Optimal Discretion for Inflation Targeting
Lecture 174 Optimal Inflation Under the Policy Rule
Lecture 175 Optimal Inflation Under the Discretion
Lecture 176 Interest Determination Rule to Achieve the Inflation Target: Taylor Rule
Lecture 177 Reduced Form Equation of the Interest Determination Model
Lecture 178 Interest Rule: A Numerical Example Target inflation2.50% Target interest rate (basic)5.00% Initial interest rate11.00% Initial output gap2.00% Initial inflation2.00% a0.5 b c0.25 d-0.5 ad-square ==>0.0625 (ad)square >4bcd for stability 4bcd ==>-0.25 Year sOutput gap Inflation gap Actual interest rate 19960.02000-0.005000.11000 1997-0.030000.005000.06250 1998-0.00625-0.007500.06813 1999-0.00906-0.001560.06969 2000-0.00984-0.002270.06895 2001-0.00947-0.002460.06903 2002-0.00952-0.002370.06906 2003-0.00953-0.002380.06905 2004-0.00952-0.002380.06905
Lecture 1713 Inflation Bias of the Central Bank
Lecture 1714 Inflation Bias When the Central Bank is under the Spell or when it is Completely Independent
Lecture 1715 Lessons for Price Stability From Analysis of the Central Bank Independence
Lecture 1716 Exercises Target inflation under the policy rule Target inflation under the discretion Interest rate determination rule Examples from the interest determination Inflation bias of the government Should the Central Bank be Independent?
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