This paper examines what we have learned about monetary policy strategy and considers how we should change our thinking in this regard in the aftermath of the 2007–09 crisis. It starts with a discussion of where the science of monetary policy stood before the crisis and how central banks viewed monetary policy strategy. It then examines how the crisis has changed the thinking of both macro/monetary economists and central bankers. Finally, it looks at what implications this change in thinking has had for monetary policy science and strategy.
Mishkin, Frederic. "Monetary Policy Strategy: Lessons from the Crisis." In Approaches to Monetary Policy Revisited: Lessons from the Crisis, 67-118. Ed. Marek Jarocinski, Frank Smets, and Christian Thimann. Frankfurt: European Central Bank, 2011.
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