Optimal Monetary Policy under Uncertainty

por Froyen, Richard; Guender, Alfred V.
Optimal Monetary Policy under Uncertainty
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ISBN: 978-1-78471-734-6
Editorial: Edward Elgar
Fecha de la edición: 2020
Edición Nº: 2
idioma: Ingles
Nº Pág.: 464


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Reseña: Casting a wide net in this, their second edition, Froyen and Guender provide coverage of the model-based literature on optimal monetary policy in the presence of uncertainty, with both open- and closed-economy frameworks considered. The authors have grounded New Keynesian research of the 1990s and 2000s in the literature of the 1970s, which viewed optimal policy as primarily a question of the optimal use of information, and studies in the 1980s that gave primacy to time inconsistency problems. The Global Financial Crisis of 2007-09 led to the recognition that financial markets and institutions required greater attention in policy modelling. Herein, the authors provide a thorough survey of the post-crisis literature that resulted from this recognition. Researchers in academia and at central banks, students and policy makers will value the wide scope of coverage provided in this examination, leading them to a better understanding of issues such as discretion versus commitment, target versus instrument rules, policy in closed versus open economies and the proper mandate for central banks, including the relationship between interest rate policy and macro-prudential instruments.
indice: Preface PART I IMPERFECT INFORMATION, RESPONSES TO SHOCKS, AND CREDIBILITY ISSUES 1. Introduction, Part 1 2. A basic model and some early results 3. The strategy of monetary policy: targets, instruments and information variables 4. A variable price level, supply shocks and rational expectations 5. Optimal monetary and exchange rate policy in the open economy 6. Monetary policy credibility PART II OPTIMAL MONETARY POLICY: A NEW KEYNESIAN PERSPECTIVE 7. Introduction, Part 2 8. The Phillips Curve: an evolving concept 9. The forward-looking model: the closed economy 10. The forward-looking model: additional topics 11. The forward-looking model: the open economy 12. The New Keynesian model: the backward-looking case PART III RESEARCH IN MONETARY POLICY since the GLOBAL FINANCIAL CRISIS 13. Introduction, Part 3 14. Money and finance in Keynesian models 15. Rethinking stabilization policy 16. Financial markets since the crisis: a smorgasbord of issues Bibliography Index