Is inflation targeting dead? Central Banking After the Crisis

Lucrezia Reichlin, Richard Baldwin 14 April 2013



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Lucrezia Reichlin

Professor of Economics, London Business School; CEPR Research Fellow and trustee; IFRS Foundation trustee (chair steering committee sustainability reporting); Fellow of the British Academy; Fellow of the Econometric Society

Professor of International Economics at The Graduate Institute, Geneva; Founder & Editor-in-Chief of; exPresident of CEPR


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