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March 21, 2005

Inflation Targeting: A Canadian Perspective

Remarks David Dodge National Association for Business Economics Washington, D.C.
The invitation is timely, given that the Bank of Canada's inflation-targeting agreement with the Canadian government is up for renewal next year. At the Bank, we are always reflecting on our framework, deciding what works well and what we can improve. Against that backdrop, we have watched with interest the debate taking place here in the United States - inside and outside the Federal Reserve - about whether that institution should join the ranks of inflation-targeting central banks.
March 26, 2002

The Conduct of Monetary Policy in the Presence of Economic Shocks

Remarks David Dodge National Association for Business Economics Washington, D.C.
Globalization - the trend towards greater economic integration around the world - has brought important benefits to us all. It has boosted world trade, opened up access to sources of global finance, and facilitated the diffusion of far-reaching technological advances in transportation, communications, and information processing.
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