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Chapter 18 Monetary Policy104.Consider the desirable features of monetary policy operating instruments and the use of intermediate targets. What feature didn't exist that makes a target intermediate rather than operating and what feature not present had the Fed abandon the use of most intermediate targets?
LOD: 3 Page: 479 A-Head: Linking Tools to Objectives: Making Choices.105.Consider the objective of flying a jet form New York to Paris. After takeoff, a pilot would certainly check a few times to see if they are on course. Using this example, discuss why, at least in theory, intermediate monetary policy targets may be useful.
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Chapter 18 Monetary Policy106.We saw in Chapter 18 that many central banks have turned to a policy framework of inflation targeting. Discuss if this would be effective in a country experiencing deflation.

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