Price Stability and the Long-Run Target for Monetary Policy - 2000 conference
Proceedings of a seminar held by the Bank of Canada, June 2000
Session 1: Downward Nominal-Wage Rigidity and the Phillips Curve at Low Inflation
Downward Nominal-Wage Rigidity: A Critical Assessment and Some New Evidence for Canada
Jean Farès and Thomas Lemieux
Discussion: Allan Crawford
Discussion: Wayne Simpson
What Happened to the Phillips Curve in the 1990s in Canada?
Paul Beaudry and Matthew Doyle
Discussion: Steven James
Discussion: Jeffrey Fuhrer
Session 2: Issues in the Design of Explicit Targets for Price Stability
When Is Price-Level Targeting a Good Idea?
Richard Barnett and Merwan Engineer
Discussion: Jean Boivin
Price-Level Targeting—The Role of Credibility
Dinah Maclean and Hope Pioro
Discussion: Jerzy D. Konieczny
Session 3: What Have We Learned About Price Stability?
Issues in Inflation Targeting
Frederic S. Mishkin
What Have We Learned About Price Stability?
Discussion: Peter Howitt
Discussion: W. Craig Riddell
General DiscussionThe Participants
Bank topic index: Monetary Policy Framework