The Great Inflation Drift

@inproceedings{Goodfriend2009TheGI,
  title={The Great Inflation Drift},
  author={Marvin S Goodfriend},
  year={2009}
}
A standard statistical perspective on the U.S. Great Inflation is that it involves an increase in the stochastic trend rate of inflation, defined as the long-term forecast of inflation at each point in time. That perspective receives support from two sources: the behavior of long-term interest rates which are generally supposed to contain private sector forecasts, and statistical studies of U.S. inflation dynamics. We show that a textbook macroeconomic model delivers such a stochastic inflation… CONTINUE READING

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