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Fuhrer, J. and G. Moore, 1995. Inflation Persistence. Quarterly Journal of Economics, 110:127-159.
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Goodhart, C.A.E., 1995. Price Stability and Financial Fragility, in K. Sawamoto et al., eds., Financial Stability in a Changing Environment. London: St. Martin’s Press.
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King, M., 1996. How Should Central Banks Reduce Inflation? Conceptual Issues, in
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Achieving Price Stability. Kansas City: Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City.
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Kozicki, S. and P. Tinsley, 1996a. Moving endpoints in the term structure of interest rates. Unpublished working paper, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City. _____ and _____, 1996b. Moving endpoints and the Internal Consistency of Agents’ Ex Ante Forecasts. Unpublished working paper, Federal Reserve Bank of
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McCallum, B., 1995. Monetary Policy Rules and Financial Stability, in K. Sawamoto et al., eds., Financial Stability in a Changing Environment. London: St. Martin’s Press.
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Orphanides, A. and D. Wilcox, 1996. The Opportunistic Approach to Disinflation.
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Orphanides, A. et al., 1996. A Quantitative Exploration of the Opportunistic Approach to Disinflation. Unpublished working paper.
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Poole, W., 1994. Monetary Aggregates Targeting in a Low-Inflation Economy, in J. Fuhrer, ed., Goals, Guidelines and Constraints Facing Monetary Policymakers. Boston: Federal Reserve Bank of Boston.
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Svensson, L., 1996. Commentary on “How should monetary policy respond to shocks while maintaining long run price stability–conceptual issues,” in Achieving
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Price Stability. Kansas City: Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City.
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Taylor, J., 1993. Macroeconomic Policy in a World Economy. New York: W.W. Norton. _____, 1994. The Inflation/Output Variability Trade-off Revisited, in J. Fuhrer, ed., Goals, Guidelines and Constraints Facing Monetary Policymakers. Boston: Federal
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Reserve Bank of Boston. _____, 1995. Monetary Policy Implications of Greater Fiscal Discipline, in Budget Deficits and Debt: Issues and Options. Kansas City: Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City.
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