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performance and robustness of simple monetary policy rules in models of the Canadian economy

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Published by Bank of Canada in Ottawa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Monetary policy -- Canada -- Econometric models.,
  • Monetary policy -- Econometric models.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementDenise Côté ... [et al.].
    SeriesTechnical report / Rapport technique -- no. 92, Technical report (Bank of Canada) -- no. 92.
    ContributionsCôté, Denise., Bank of Canada.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 27 p. ;
    Number of Pages27
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19779590M

      policy. In this paper we specify and evaluate a comprehensive set of simple monetary policy rules that are suitable for small open economies in general, and for the United Kingdom in particular. We do so by examining the performance of a battery of simple rules, including the familiar Taylor rule and MCI-based rules à la :// Abstract. We examine the performance and robustness properties of monetary policy rules in an estimated macroeconomic model in which the economy undergoes structural change and where private agents and the central bank possess imperfect knowledge about the true structure of the ://=

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      Vol. 6 No. 1 Using Models for Monetary Policy Analysis where y is a vector of targeted endogenous variables, x is a vec- tor of non-targeted endogenous variables, z is a vector of exogenous instruments, w is a vector of non-instrument exogenous variables, θ is a vector of parameters, and e is a vector of random (presumably exogenous) Due to the simple model structure, we are able to find closed-form solutions for the robust control problem, analyzing both instrument rules and targeting rules under different timing assumptions. In all cases but one, an increased preference for robustness makes monetary policy respond more aggressively to cost shocks but leaves the response


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Performance and robustness of simple monetary policy rules in models of the Canadian economy Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Performance and Robustness of Simple Monetary Policy Rules in Models of the Canadian Economy by Denise Côté, John Kuszczak, Jean-Paul Lam, Ying Liu and Pierre St-Amant1 Bank of Canada Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K1A 0G9 23 May 1.

We would like to thank the following private sector firms and other organizations who have participated in this   Most studies on simple monetary policy rules have involved models of the U.S.

economy; few studies have evaluated these types of rules in models of the Canadian economy.3 This report par-tially fills that gap by investigating the performance and robustness of several simple monetary In this report, we evaluate several simple monetary policy rules in twelve private and public sector models of the Canadian economy.

Our results indicate that none of the simple policy rules we examined is robust to model uncertainty, in that no single rule performs well in all :// Performance and robustness of simple monetary policy rules in models of the Canadian economy. Ottawa: Bank of Canada, [] (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Denise Coté; Bank of :// Simple rules in the M1-VECM,' mimeo, Bank of Canada CoˆThe performance and robustness of simple monetary policy rules in models of the Canadian economy Jan Coˆ Buy The Performance and Robustness of Simple Monetary Policy Rules in Models of the Canadian Economy (Rapport technique) by Denise Côté (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible :// Downloadable. In this report, we evaluate several simple monetary policy rules in twelve private and public sector models of the Canadian economy.

Our results indicate that none of the simple policy rules we examined is robust to model uncertainty, in that no single rule performs well in all models.

In fact, our results show that the performance of some of the simple rules, particularly Downloadable (with restrictions). In this paper, we evaluate seven simple monetary policy rules in a wide range of models of the Canadian economy.

Our results indicate that none of the seven simple policy rules we examined is robust to model uncertainty, in that no single rule performs well in all models. In fact, our results show that the performance of some of the simple rules, particularly   6 Robustness of Simple Monetary Policy Rules under Model Uncertainty Andrew Levin, Volker Wieland, and John C.

Williams Introduction In the face of uncertainty about the true structure of the economy, policy- makers may disagree about the macroeconomic effects of monetary policy and thus about the appropriate policy ://~johntayl/PolRulLinkpapers/Robustness_of_Simple_Monetary.

As shown in Table 1, researchers are using many different types of models for evaluating monetary policy rules, including small estimated or calibrated models with or without rational expectations, optimizing models with representative agents, and large econometric models with rational models are closed economy models, some are small open economy models, and   Robustness of Simple Monetary Policy Rules under Model Uncertainty Andrew Levin, Volker Wieland, and John C.

Williams and inflation volatility across four different structural macroeconometric models of the U.S. economy: the FRB staff model (cf. Brayton a), the MSR model of Orphanides and Wieland analyzes the performance of other   policymakers that the conduct of monetary policy should be based on some kind of "rule".l Unswprisingly, the number of theoretical and empírical studies on monetary policy rules has been steadily increasing.

These studies have been concerned with two types of policy rules: optimal rules and simple. Monetary Policy in a Small Open Economy with a Preference for Robustness Richard Dennis Kai Leitemo Ulf S¨oderstr¨om∗ May Abstract We use robust control techniques to study the effects of model uncertainty on monetary policy in an estimated small-open-economy model of the U.K.

Compared to the closed economy, the presence of an   Robustness of Simple Monetary Policy Rules under Model Uncertainty Andrew Levin, Volker Wieland, John C. Williams. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in May NBER Program(s):Monetary Economics In this paper, we investigate the properties of alternative monetary policy rules using four structural macroeconometric models: the Fuhrer-Moore model, Taylor's Multi   4.

Robustness of Policy Rules 5. Optimal Policy Versus Simple Rules 6. Learning from Experience Before, During and after the Great Moderation Rules as measures of accountability 7. Conclusion References Abstract This paper focuses on simple normative rules for monetary policy that central banks can use to //   Finally, Côté et al.

() examine different policy rules in 12 models of the Canadian economy, and find that rules including the exchange rate typically do not perform well, and may lead to worse outcomes than the standard Taylor rule. Thus, the literature seems to conclude that the gains from including the exchange rate in monetary policy   Monetary policy is a central bank's actions and communications that manage the money supply.

The money supply includes forms of credit, cash, checks, and money market mutual funds. The most important of these forms of money is :// “The Performance and Robustness of Simple Monetary Policy Rules in Models of the Canadian Economy.” Technical Rep Bank of Canada.

Dieppe, Alistair, Keith K¨uster, and Peter McAdam. “Optimal Monetary Policy Rules for the Euro Area: An Analysis Using the Area Wide Model.”   formance and robustness properties of simple interest rate policy rules in the presence of real-time mismeasurement of the natural rates of interest and unemployment.

Our work builds on an active literature that has explored the implications of mismeasurement for monetary policy, including Orphanides (,a), Smets (), Wieland   Monetary Policy Models Some History I HAVE WRITTEN SEVERAL Brookings Papers looking at the relation of multiple-equation economic models to the process of monetary policy-making.1 When the first.

Get this from a library! Robustness of simple monetary policy rules under model uncertainty. [Andrew T Levin; Volker Wieland; John C Williams; National Bureau of Economic Research.] -- Abstract: The Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) requires employers to accommodate disabled workers and outlaws discrimination against the disabled in hiring, firing, and ://Request PDF | A Review of Monetary Policy Rules | This article reviews Monetary Policy Rules, edited by John Taylor.

The book evaluates the Taylor rule, a policy rule that specifies changes in the   European Central Bank_专业资料。In this paper, we examine the performance and robustness of optimized interest-rate rules in four models of the euro area that differ considerably in terms of size, degree of aggregation, relevance of forward-looking behavioral