2 edition of Rules versus discretion found in the catalog.
Rules versus discretion
1981 by Bank for International Settlements, Monetary and Economic Dept in Basle .
Written in English
|Statement||by Alexandre Lamfalussy.|
|Series||BIS economic papers ; no. 3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||50 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||50|
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In “Rules versus Discretion: A Reconsideration,” former President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis Narayana Kocherlakota finds that reliance on monetary policy rules—the so-called.
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Friedman, Benjamin M. “Rules Versus Discretion at the Federal Reserve: On to the Second Century.” Journal of Macroeconomics 34 (3): The debate over “rules vs. discretion” was a centerpiece of disputes over monetary policy during the ss.
One of the most important contributions to this debate was by. T1 - Rules versus discretion. T2 - The productivity consequences of flexible regulation.
AU - Majumdar, Sumit K. AU - Marcus, Alfred A. PY - /2. Y1 - / by: The article analyses the advantages and disadvantages of discretion as compared to the management that follows strictly defined rules. The special focus is on Bulgarian practice and : Garabed Minassian.
imposing constraints to fiscal policy from the “rules versus discretion” framework, so successfully applied to the case of monetary policy (Kydland and Prescott, ; Barro and Gordon, ).
Rules, Discretion, and Audacity: A Critique of Kocherlakota "Rules versus Discretion: that monetarist ideas — and a preference for monetary rules over discretion is essentially.
I like Steve Waldman’s post getting between the arguments of The Epicurean Dealmaker [TED] and Yves Smith over the issue of rules versus discretion in resolution authority.
TED: “But I Author: Rortybomb.