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Title: Core inflation measures and the effectiveness: an interpretative model
Authors: Correani, Luca
Di Dio, Fabio
Keywords: core inflation
monetary policy
Issue Date: 2009
Publisher: Global & Local economic review
Citation: Correani L., Di Dio F., (2009), Core inflation measures and the effectiveness: an interpretative model, Global & Local economic review, Vol. 13 n°1, pp. 59-87
Abstract: Monetary authorities speculate that by using core inflation measures it is possible to subdivide observed price variations into two components: a persistent component extended over a long time horizon and a short-term component representing transient shocks. The first type of variation is that which interests policy authorities, since it is controllable and goes by the name of core inflation (or underlying inflation). The second type of shock is outside of their control and goes by the name of t
Description: JEL classification: E31, E50, E58
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2067/1593
ISSN: 1974-5125
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