Money too tight to mention: The Reserve Bank of Australia’s financial stability mandate and low inflation
I have a new publication in the journal Economic Analysis and Policy on the evolution of the RBA’s financial stability mandate and its relationship to the inflation target. Copyright restrictions prevent posting full text online, but DM if interested.
Nic Gruen has a similar take here.
posted on 12 October 2018 by skirchner in Monetary Policy
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