Stanley Fischer argues for Central Bank Discretion

In a speech yesterday, Fischer says: Today I will offer some observations on monetary policy rules and their place in decision-making by the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC). I have two messages. First, policymakers should consult the prescriptions of policy rules, but–almost needless to say–they should avoid applying them mechanically. Second, policymaking committees have strengths that…

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