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The B.E. Journal of Macroeconomics Topics Volume 8, Issue 1 2008 Article 12 The Dynamics of European Inflation Expectations Joerg Doepke∗ Jonas Dovern† Ulrich Fritsche‡ Jiri Slacalek∗∗ ∗University of Applied Sciences, Merseburg, joerg.doepke@hs-merseburg.de †IfW Kiel, jonas.dovern@ifw-kiel.de ‡University Hamburg and DIW Berlin, ulrich.fritsche@wiso.uni-hamburg.de ∗∗European Central Bank, jiri.slacalek@ecb.int Recommended Citation Joerg Doepke, Jonas Dovern, Ulrich Fritsche, and Jiri Slacalek (2008) “The Dynamics of European Inflation Expectations,” The B

References 1. Andolfatto D., Hendry S. and Moran K., (2005). Are Inflation Expectations Rational? Journal of Monetary Economics , vol. 55(2), 406-422. 2. Armantier, D., Armantier, O., Bruine de Bruin, W., Potter, S., Topa, G., Klaauw, W. and Zafar, B. (2012). Measuring Inflation Expectations, Annual Review of Economics , 5, 273–301. 3. Awdeh, A. (2019). Monetary Policy and Economic Growth in Lebanon, Central Bank of Montenegro, Journal of Central Banking Theory and Practice , Volume 8, Number 2, pp. 147-171. 4. Beechey, M., Johannsen, B. and Levin, A. (2009

Studies in Nonlinear Dynamics & Econometrics Volume , Issue   Article  The Formation of Inflation Expectations under Changing Inflation Regimes Christian M. Dahl Niels L. Hansen Purdue University Danmarks Nationalbank ISSN: 1558-3708 Studies in Nonlinear Dynamics & Econometrics is produced by The Berkeley Electronic Press (bepress). All rights reserved. This volume was previously published by MIT Press. The Formation of Inflation Expectations under Changing Inflation Regimes Christian M. Dahl Department of Economics Purdue University dahlc

References 1. Baskaya, S., Kara, H. & Mutluer, D. (2008). Expectations, Communication and Monetary Policy in Turkey. Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey, Working Paper 2008/1. 2. Baskaya, Y.S., Gulsen, E. & Orak, M. (2010). Inflation Expectations before and after the Target Revision in 2008 (in Turkish). Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey, Working Paper 2010/1. 3. Baskaya, Y.S., Gulsen, E. & Kara, A.H. (2012). Inflation Expectations and Central Bank Communication in Turkey. Central Bank Review, 12(2), 1-10. 4. Berument, H. & Tasci, H. (2002

coordinate ( Morris and Shin 2002 ). This paper aims to establish, in the context of the ECB, the effects of two types of communication (macroeconomic projections and speeches) on private inflation expectations. The question of central bank communication has given rise to an abundant empirical literature surveyed by Blinder et al. (2008) . The part of this literature focusing on ECB communication has been surveyed by De Haan (2008) . Several authors, including Ehrmann and Fratzscher (2007 , 2009) and Jansen and De Haan (2009) have counted specific words or coded

The B.E. Journal of Macroeconomics Contributions Volume 10, Issue 1 2010 Article 35 Households Forming Inflation Expectations: Active and Passive Absorption Rates Joshy Easaw∗ Roberto Golinelli† ∗Swansea University, j.easaw@swansea.ac.uk †University of Bologna, roberto.golinelli@unibo.it Recommended Citation Joshy Easaw and Roberto Golinelli (2010) “Households Forming Inflation Expectations: Active and Passive Absorption Rates,” The B.E. Journal of Macroeconomics: Vol. 10: Iss. 1 (Contribu- tions), Article 35. Households Forming Inflation Expectations: Active and

Studies in Nonlinear Dynamics & Econometrics Volume 16, Issue 4 2012 Article 7 Effects of Inflation Expectations on Macroeconomic Dynamics: Extrapolative Versus Regressive Expectations Marji Lines∗ Frank Westerhoff† ∗University of Udine, marjilines@gmail.com †University of Bamberg, frank.westerhoff@uni-bamberg.de DOI: 10.1515/1558-3708.1900 Copyright c©2012 De Gruyter. All rights reserved. Effects of Inflation Expectations on Macroeconomic Dynamics: Extrapolative Versus Regressive Expectations∗ Marji Lines and Frank Westerhoff Abstract In this paper, we

key properties of sustainable policies in a simple economy. The Appendix contains the formal definitions, results and corresponding proofs in a more general environment. 2.1 A simple economy I consider an infinitely repeated version of the economy proposed in Barro and Gordon (1983a) . Monetary policy is the outcome of a game between two players, the monetary authority and the private sector. At every period t =1, 2, … inflation expectations π ^ t ${\hat \pi _t}$ are embodied in the private sector’s actions, say, by setting nominal prices. The actual inflation

that the agents in the model have somehow solved” (3, emphasis in original).1 Researchers have 5 Imperfect Knowledge, Inflation Expectations, and Monetary Policy Athanasios Orphanides and John C. Williams Athanasios Orphanides is an adviser in the division of monetary affairs of the Federal Re- serve Board. John C. Williams is a senior vice president and advisor at the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco. We would like to thank Roger Craine, George Evans, Stan Fischer, Mark Gertler, John Leahy, Bill Poole, Tom Sargent, Lars Svensson, and participants at meetings of