Patrick Minford

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Name: Patrick Minford
First reported Sep 02 2014 - Updated Sep 02 2014 - 1 reports

Stealing an Election

By Elections should be a contest of ideas. Once every three years political parties are given an opportunity to pitch their ideas to voters on how they would run the country. The campaign period gives voters a chance to carefully examine the policies ... [Published NZCPR - Sep 02 2014]
First reported Jun 11 2014 - Updated Jun 11 2014 - 1 reports

Where money comes from

REMEMBER when monetary policy was all the rage in the late 1970s and the early 1980s? The markets would be on tenterhooks for the weekly M1 numbers from the US; in Britain, Patrick Minford and Tim Congdon would battle it out over whether narrow money ... [Published Buttonwood's notebook - The Economist - Jun 11 2014]
First reported May 11 2014 - Updated May 11 2014 - 1 reports

'Inflation Targeting vs Price-Level Targeting: A New Survey of Theory and Empirics'

Price level targeting appears to be better than inflation targeting, particular at the zero bound, but the "beneficial effects hang importantly on the structure of New Keynesian models and rational expectations": Inflation targeting vs price-level ... [Published Economist's View - May 11 2014]

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Stealing an Election [Published NZCPR - Sep 02 2014]
Where money comes from [Published Buttonwood's notebook - The Economist - Jun 11 2014]
'Inflation Targeting vs Price-Level Targeting: ... [Published Economist's View - May 11 2014]
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Where money comes from [Published Buttonwood's notebook - The Economist - Jun 11 2014]
REMEMBER when monetary policy was all the rage in the late 1970s and the early 1980s? The markets would be on tenterhooks for the weekly M1 numbers from the US; in Britain, Patrick Minford and Tim Congdon would battle it out over whether narrow money ...
'Inflation Targeting vs Price-Level Targeting: ... [Published Economist's View - May 11 2014]
Price level targeting appears to be better than inflation targeting, particular at the zero bound, but the "beneficial effects hang importantly on the structure of New Keynesian models and rational expectations": Inflation targeting vs price-level ...
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