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Benjamin M. Friedman* T. H. Huxley observed that new truths in science often begin as heresy, advance to orthodoxy, and end as superstition. It is doubtful that Huxley had explicitly in mind American monetarism of the latter half of the twentieth century (wholly apart from his being neither American nor an econo
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    M2 should not, I believe, be thought of as a policy instrument; if the central bank is to pursue an M2 target, it should be viewed as an intermediate target between policy instruments and policy goals. The problems of targeting intermediate variables were explained years ago by
    Benjamin Friedman (1975)
    Friedman (1975). Basically, pursuing an intermediate target adds a layer of control errors that makes control of the final goal variables less accurate than it could be by operating on policy instruments directly.