2 edition of Bank of England February 2003 inflation report found in the catalog.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 80 p. :|
|Number of Pages||86|
|2||[HC]. [2002-2003] -- 469-i|
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This mainly involves us buying large quantities of government bonds. Today, The Economic Journal is among the foremost of the learned journals in economics.
But Markit's chief economist, Chris Williamson, said there might be a glimmer of hope for later in the year. That distorts economic behaviour and can damage economic growth. As my mother often told me when I was growing up, "The road to hell is paved with good intentions. The evidence supports the view that medium- to long-term expectations have become well anchored around the official objectives.
He spoke of two years of lost output growth, and added: "On balance, the MPC monetary policy committee judges the risks to the central projection for GDP to be skewed to the downside in the first year of the forecast period, but broadly balanced further out.
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The time-inconsistency problem arises in the context of monetary policy, because there is a temptation to give a short-run boost to economic output and employment by pursuing a course of policy that is more expansionary than firms or workers had initially expected. Here I will argue that central bank communication to increase transparency and accountability can play a key role in helping central banks maintain a strong commitment to a nominal anchor.
Some of that may have reflected uncertainty about the coronavirus and the Delta variant but GfK also uncovered worries about rising inflation.
But couldn't a numerical inflation objective be easily changed at the whim of the central bank or the government? Weakening export growth is likely to reflect softer global demand.
Thus, by establishing a transparent and credible commitment to a specific numerical objective, monetary policy can provide a firm anchor for long-run inflation expectations, avoiding such pressures and thereby directly contributing to the objective of low and stable inflation.