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Has Inflation Persistence Changed under EMU? Peter Tillmann Justus-Liebig-University Giessen Abstract. This paper analyzes the persistence of inflation in the euro area and, in particular, whether the persistence properties have changed since the start of European Monetary Union(EMU). For that purpose, we compare pre- and post-EMU inflation persistence, use rolling-window estimates of persistence, and apply tests specifically designed to detect break dates near the end of the sample period. In contrast to previ- ous research, we find that inflation persistence

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