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Friedman, Milton. 1959. A Program For Monetary Stability. New York: Fordham University Press.
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    A narrow monetary aggregate (the monetary base, bank reserves, or M1) could be controlled with errors that are very small relative to the errors in controlling the price 1 Canada also has a zero inflation target, but the arrangement is somewhat more vague and less formal than in New Zealand. See Fischer (1993). 2 For an early statement of Friedman’s views on this issue, see M.
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    92William Poole level or nominal GDP. The Federal Reserve can also control the federal funds rate within a narrow range, day by day. Thus, a narrow monetary aggregate and the federal funds rate will be treated here as possible policy instruments rather than as intermediate targets.3 The problems of controlling M2 and other broad monetary aggregates are much greater than the problems of controlling

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Poole, William. 1970a. "Optimal Choice of Monetary Policy Instruments in a Simple
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    This imbalance of research effort is unfortunate, given that monetary policy ought to be based on a comparison of the relative advantages and disadvantages of various approaches. My first published paper on this subject, about 25 years ago
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    emphasized that the practical issue then facing the Federal Reserve was to choose between controlling some monetary aggregate and some interest rate, and that the choice should in principle depend on whether the money stock or MONETARY AGGREGATES TARGETING IN A LOW-INFLATION ECONOMY89 the interest rate would be the more reliable policy instrument.

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    The Fed has been quite successful in recent years in aggressively adjusting the fed funds rate and has come to the point of essentially ignoring information from the monetary aggregates. This policy, by the way, is similar to the combination policy in
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    o 110William Poole Ignoring the aggregates is a mistake. Evidence is overwhelming across the ages of the important role of money growth in causing inflation. The Fed has come to ignore the aggregates through a simple but understandable error of economic analysis.

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Samuelson, Paul. 1969. Panel discussion, "The Role of Money in National Economic Policy." In Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Conference Series No. 1, Controlling
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    The conference volume leads off with a panel discussion, begun by Paul Samuelson. He opened his remarks with a one-sentence paragraph: "The central issue that is debated these days in connection with macro-economics is the doctrine of monetarism"
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    p. 7). The background of that conference was the rising rate of inflation and accumulating evidence that excessive money growth was the cause of the problem. The principal question debated was whether the Fed should adopt a monetary target and abandon tight control of the federal funds rate.