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Inflation targeting: implementation, communication and effectiveness, 10-12 June, 2005
Workshop, Sveriges Riksbank
Organized by Governor Lars Heikensten and Professor Lars Svensson, Princeton University, with the assistance of Claes Berg, Advisor to the Governor.
The objective of the conference is to gather a rather small group of central bankers with an interest in academic issues and prominent academics and researchers in order to discuss the requirements of inflation targeting in terms of analysis and communication. Six papers will be presented and discussed by central bankers and academics. The presentation of the papers will be followed by a panel chaired by Lars Heikensten.

The workshop will cover the analysis required for best-practice inflation targeting, the effectiveness of communication, and the evolution of credibility and expectations under inflation targeting.

The workshop is by invitation only.

For further information please contact: Claes Berg, email:
6 links
“Further developments of inflation targeting”
Author: LARS SVENSSON, Princeton University | 248 Kb
“Monetary Policy Intertia: Fact or Fiction“
Author: GLENN RUDEBUSCH, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco | 480 Kb
“Central-Bank Communication and policy Effectiveness"
Author: MICHAEL WOODFORD, Columbia University | 265 Kb
“Inflation Targeting and the Anchoring of Long-Run Inflation Expectations: International Evidence from Daily Bond Yield Data“
Author: REFET GURKAYNAK, Federal Reserve Board of Governors, ANDREW T. LEVIN, Federal Reserve Board, ERIC T. SWANSON, Federal Reserve Board of Governors | 1 Mb
“Central-bank communication and the publication of interest rate projections”
Author: DAVID ARCHER, Bank for International Settlements | 159 Kb
“Forecasts and inflation reports: An evaluation”
Authors: JON FAUST, Federal Reserve Board, and ERIC LEEPER, Indiana University | 592 Kb

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