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Monetary policy under inflation targeting: lessons from industrial and emerging countries

Aliqoriev, Olimkhon and Khamidov, Khalilillo (2014): Monetary policy under inflation targeting: lessons from industrial and emerging countries. Published in: Scientific journal of Chernihiv State Institute of Economics and Management (ChSIEM) , Vol. 1, No. #2 (22), 2014 (9. September 2014): pp. 25-32.

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Abstract

This article focuses on inflation targeting (hereafter IT) as a superior monetary policy strategy for attaining price stability, and its theoretical framework, prerequisites to introduce. The article analyses benefits and costs of adoption of inflation targeting and also examines the IT experiences of some industrial and emerging markets. The growing body of empirical researches indicates that the adoption of IT is useful for countries that must enhance their credibility for the management of monetary policy. Personally, the authors suggest that Uzbekistan should also take IT into account seriously and further consider. In the long run, without prejudice to the goal of price stability countries can achieve other objective: high employment, economic growth, financial markets stability, interest rate stability, and stability in foreign exchange markets.

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