Price-level targeting versus inflation targeting over the long-term

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Hatcher, Michael; Cardiff University;
  • Publisher: Cardiff University
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This paper investigates the long-term impact of price-level targeting on social welfare in an overlapping generations model in which the young save for old age by investing in productive capital and indexed and nominal government bonds. A key feature of the model is tha... View more
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