publication . Report . Preprint . Article . 2001

Inflation Persistence and Flexible Prices

Robert D. Dittmar; William T. Gavin; Finn E. Kydland;
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  • Published: 19 Nov 2001
  • Publisher: Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
Abstract
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free text keywords: Inflation (Finance) ; Econometric models ; Taylor's rule, Flexible prices, Taylor rule, Inflation Persistence, Economia, Inflação - Modelos econômicos, Política monetária - Modelos econômicos, Economics and Econometrics, Inflation, media_common.quotation_subject, media_common, Economics, Real interest rate, Nominal interest rate, Keynesian economics, Economic stability, Interest rate, Fisher hypothesis, Microeconomics, Monetary policy
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