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Título : The Role of Central Bank Operating Procedures in an Economy with Productive Government Spending
Autor : Caballé, Jordi; Hromcova, Jana
Palabras clave : Monetary policy targets
Productive government spending
Fecha de publicación : 3-dic-2001
Serie : UFAE and IAE Working Papers
504.01
Resumen: The choice of either the rate of monetary growth or the nominal interest rate as the instrument controlled by monetary authorities has both positive and normative implications for economic performance. We reexamine some of the issues related to the choice of the monetary policy instrument in a dynamic general equilibrium model exhibiting endogenous growth in which a fraction of productive government spending is financed by means of issuing currency. When we evaluate the performance of the two monetary instruments attending to the fluctuations of endogenous variables, we find that the inflation rate is less volatile under nominal interest rate targeting. Concerning the fluctuations of consumption and of the growth rate, both monetary policy instruments lead to statistically equivalent volatilities. Finally, we show that none of these two targeting procedures displays unambiguously higher welfare levels.
Descripción : Trabajo publicado como artículo en Computational Economics 37(1): 39-65 (2011).-- http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10614-010-9198-y
URI : http://hdl.handle.net/10261/1896
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