A Model for Full-Fledged Inflation Targeting and Application to Ghana, Issues 2010-2025

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International Monetary Fund, Jan 1, 2010 - Business & Economics - 30 pages
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A model in which monetary policy pursues full-fledged inflation targeting adapts well to Ghana. Model features include: endogenous policy credibility; non-linearities in the inflation process; and a policy loss function that aims to minimize the variability of output and the interest rate, as well as deviations of inflation from the long-term low-inflation target. The optimal approach from initial high inflation to the ultimate target is gradual; and transitional inflation-reduction objectives are flexible. Over time, as policy earns credibility, expectations of inflation converge towards the long-run target, the output-inflation variability tradeoff improves, and optimal policy responses to shocks moderate.

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Introduction
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Baseline IT with Imperfect Credibility 20092019
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Negative Demand Shock with Full Credibility 20092019
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