Fouad Sabry

Inflation Targeting

What is Inflation Targeting

In macroeconomics, inflation targeting is a monetary policy where a central bank follows an explicit target for the inflation rate for the medium-term and announces this inflation target to the public. The assumption is that the best that monetary policy can do to support long-term growth of the economy is to maintain price stability, and price stability is achieved by controlling inflation. The central bank uses interest rates as its main short-term monetary instrument.

How you will benefit

(I) Insights, and validations about the following topics:

Chapter 1: Inflation targeting

Chapter 2: Macroeconomics

Chapter 3: Inflation

Chapter 4: Monetarism

Chapter 5: Deflation

Chapter 6: Monetary economics

Chapter 7: Monetary policy

Chapter 8: Causes of the Great Depression

Chapter 9: Price stability

Chapter 10: Federal Open Market Committee

Chapter 11: Taylor rule

Chapter 12: John B. Taylor

Chapter 13: Czech National Bank

Chapter 14: Quantitative easing

Chapter 15: Central Bank of Chile

Chapter 16: Great Moderation

Chapter 17: James B. Bullard

Chapter 18: Bernanke doctrine

Chapter 19: Monetary policy of the Philippines

Chapter 20: Market monetarism

Chapter 21: Negative interest on excess reserves

(II) Answering the public top questions about inflation targeting.

(III) Real world examples for the usage of inflation targeting in many fields.

Who this book is for

Professionals, undergraduate and graduate students, enthusiasts, hobbyists, and those who want to go beyond basic knowledge or information for any kind of Inflation Targeting.
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