Using unconventional tools to increase policy space should be prioritised over raising the inflation target, former Federal Reserve chair Ben Bernanke says in recent research.
His proposals – presented at the annual conference of the American Economic Association – come as the Fed draws close to finalising its formal monetary policy framework review, with decisions due in mid-2020.
Bernanke argues that tweaks to the Fed’s inflation targeting framework and the addition of yield curve control
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