Things we must consider in shaping Japanese economic policy for the future

Keiichiro Kobayashi, 10 February 2013



With the Japanese government now under the stewardship of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, Japan is set to pursue economic policy that calls for bold monetary easing in order to end deflation.

Topics: Institutions and economics, Politics and economics
Tags: Ageing, Japan, policymaking

The dangers of increased transparency in monetary policymaking

Ellen E. Meade, David Stasavage, 26 June 2008



Since the mid-1990s, there has been a trend towards greater transparency in economic policymaking – particularly with respect to monetary policy – and a number of central banks, including Sweden’s Riksbank and Britain’s Bank of England, have adopted a very transparent monetary policy regime known as

Topics: Institutions and economics, Monetary policy
Tags: Central Banks, policymaking, transparency

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