Monetary policy reaction functions in Australia
Introduction: Monetary policy is the central tool for maintaining price stability and it has become the key tool in managing the business cycle. Yet, while there is a large empirical literature which assesses the behaviour of monetary policy in major economies, there has been little systematic empirical analysis of how monetary policy has been set in Australia. This paper examines the reaction function(s) of the Reserve Bank of Australia in setting interest rates in the post-float period, with...[Show more]
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