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Binder and Rodrigue on NGDP targeting

Carola Binder and Alex Rodrigue have a very nice new paper out on monetary policy rules, for the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities.  Their paper suggests that either NGDP targeting or total wage targeting is likely to produce the best employment outcomes: I’d quibble a bit with the rankings, for instance I view the […]
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