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  • The authors find no evidence that inflation targeting on average improves performance as measured by the behavior of inflation, output,...

Published Versions

Bernanke, Ben S. and Michael Woodford (eds.) The Inflation-Targeting Debate (National Bureau of Economic Research Studies in Income and Wealth). University Of Chicago Press, November 1, 2006.

Does Inflation Targeting Matter? , Laurence M. Ball, Niamh Sheridan. in The Inflation-Targeting Debate, Bernanke and Woodford. 2005

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