Talking about monetary policy: the virtues (and vice?) of central bank communication

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Alan Blinder;
  • Subject: Central Bank Communication, Monetary Policy Transparency

Central banks, which used to be so secretive, are communicating more and more these days about their monetary policy. This development has proceeded hand in glove with a burgeoning new scholarly literature on the subject. The empirical evidence, reviewed selectively her... View more
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    Amato, Jeffery D, Stephen Morris and Hyun Song Shin (2002): “Communication and Monetary Policy”, Oxford Review of Economic Policy, 18(4), pp 495-503.

    Andersson, Malin, Hans Dillén, and Peter Sellin (2006): “Monetary Policy Signaling and Movements in the Term Structure of Interest Rates”, Journal of Monetary Economics, 53(8), pp 1815-55.

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