The Science and Practice of Monetary Policy Today: The Deutsche Bank Prize in Financial Economics 2007

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Bridging the theory and practice of monetary policy, this book presents aspects of the New-Keynesian theory of monetary policy and its implications for the practical decision-making of central bankers. It also outlines important lessons for policymakers.

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This book presents important aspects of the New-Keynesian theory of monetary policy and its implications for the practical decision-making of central bankers today. Bridging the theory and practice of monetary policy, it provides an exposition on the key elements of the New-Keynesian approach, outlines important lessons for policymakers, and points to new directions for further research. Important policy implications of the New-Keynesian approach such as the case for forecast targeting as a strategy for monetary policy, the combination of model-based forecasts with cyclical analysis, and strategies for cross-checking model-based policy recommendations are presented in detail. The book brings together new contributions from leading scientists and experienced policymakers presented at an academic symposium on the occasion of the awarding of the Deutsche Bank Prize in Financial Economics 2007 to Professor Michael Woodford.

With contributions by: Josef Ackermann, Deutsche Bank AG; Günter Beck, Goethe University Frankfurt; Jordi Galí, Universitat Pompeu Fabra; Stefan Gerlach, Goethe University Frankfurt; Domenico Giannone, European Central Bank; Otmar Issing, Goethe University Frankfurt; Hermann-Josef Lamberti, Deutsche Bank AG; Patrick Lane, The Economist; Bennet T. McCallum, Carnegie Mellon University; Frederic Mishkin, Columbia Business School; Francesca Monti, Université Libre de Bruxelles; Lucrezia Reichlin, London Business School; Norbert Walter, Deutsche Bank AG; Celia Wieland, wieland EconConsult; Volker Wieland, Goethe University Frankfurt; Michael Woodford, Columbia University

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Buchbeschreibung Springer-Verlag Gmbh Dez 2009, 2009. Buch. Buchzustand: Neu. Neuware - This book presents important aspects of the New-Keynesian theory of monetary policy and its implications for the practical decision making of central bankers today. It brings together several new research contributions that were presented at the scientific symposium on the occasion of the award of the Deutsche Bank Prize in Financial Economics 2007 to Professor Michael Woodford of Columbia University. Woodford received this prize according to the jury in recognition of his fundamental contributions to the theory and practical analysis of monetary policy. The prize jury included Günter Franke, Michael Haliassos, Otmar Issing, Jan Krahnen, Patrick Lane, Lucrezia Reichlin, Reinhardt Schmidt, Lars Svensson, Norbert Walter and Volker Wieland. The first part on The New-Keynesian Approach to Understanding the Economy contains two chapters written by Bennett McCallum and Jordi Galí, respectively. McCallum provides an exposition of key elements of the New-Keynesian approach to monetary policy analysis and an appreciation of Woodford s contributions. Galí further develops several key lessons of this approach and points out important new directions for further research. 145 pp. Englisch. Artikel-Nr. 9783642029523

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