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by Mark R. Stone,Mark Zelmer,Andrea Schaechter

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This paper summarizes the lessons that can be drawn for emerging maket countries on the operational and institutional policy . Andrea Schaechter, Mark R. Stone, and Mark Zelmer.

This paper summarizes the lessons that can be drawn for emerging maket countries on the operational and institutional policy challenges posed by inflation targeting. O C C a s I o n a L p a p e r. 202. Adopting Inflation Targeting: Practical Issues for Emerging Market Countries.

Motivated by increased demand by emerging market countries for IMF technical assistance on inflation targeting, this paper summarises the advice of the IMF's Monetary and Exchange Affairs Department for emerging market countries on the institutional and operational practicalities of inflation targeting.

Mark Zelmer & Andrea Schaechter, 2000. RePEc working paper series dedicated to the job market. Pretend you are at the helm of an economics department. Adopting Inflation Targeting; Practical Issues for Emerging Market Countries," IMF Occasional Papers 202, International Monetary Fund. Handle: RePEc:imf:imfocp:202.

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This paper provides some practical advice on establishing initial conditions in support of an inflation-targeting monetary framework. Carare, Alina and Schaechter, Andrea and Stone, Mark and Zelmer, Mark, Establishing Initial Conditions in Support of Inflation Targeting (June 2002). These conditions are divid. IMF Working Paper, Vol., pp. 1-39, 2002.

Washington, DC. International Monetary Fund, (c)2000. Personal Name: Zelmer, Mark. Rubrics: Anti-inflationary policies Monetary policy Post-communism Economic aspects. Download now Adopting inflation targeting : practical issues for emerging market countries Andrea Schaechter, Mark R. Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format.

Schaechter, Andrea, Mark R. Stone, and Mark Zelmer, 2000, Adopting Inflation Targeting: Practical Issues for . Stone, and Mark Zelmer, 2000, Adopting Inflation Targeting: Practical Issues for Emerging Market Countries, IMF Occasional Paper No. 202 (Washington, International Monetary Fund). Silver, Mick, and Christos Ioannidis, 1996, Inflation, Relative Prices and Their Skewness, Applied Economics, Vol. 28 (May), pp. 577–584. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Authors and Affiliations.

This Occasional Paper examines the institutional and operational praticalities of inflation targeting for emerging market countries. The paper concludes that the foundations for successful, full-fledged inflation targeting are built on a strong fiscal position and entrenched macroeconomic stability; a well-developed financial system; central bank instrument indepenence and a madate to achieve price stability; a reasonably well understood transmission mechanism between monetary policy actions and inflation; a sound methodology for constructing inflation forecasts; and transparent monetary policy. The authors point out that these elements need not be fully in place before a country begins the transition to inflation targeting.

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