In a global economy where inflation rates are unstable and the economy is still recovering from recession, a well-informed monetary policy strategy is the first line of defence against the detrimental effects of economic decline. As a result there is extensive research published on the topic attempting to answer many poignant questions…
How can macroeconomic policy be implemented? Can we learn lessons from the history of fiscal federations so that the Eurozone corrects mistakes made in the past? At what level should inflation be a concern?
Read this free virtual issue on Monetary Policy until the end of March.

In a global economy where inflation rates are unstable and the economy is still recovering from recession, a well-informed monetary policy strategy is the first line of defence against the detrimental effects of economic decline. As a result there is extensive research published on the topic attempting to answer many poignant questions…

How can macroeconomic policy be implemented? Can we learn lessons from the history of fiscal federations so that the Eurozone corrects mistakes made in the past? At what level should inflation be a concern?

Read this free virtual issue on Monetary Policy until the end of March.