Accommodating monetary policy

27-Sep-2019 20:48 by 4 Comments

Accommodating monetary policy

When I spoke at last year's Forum, the title of my remarks was ‘Changing Relative Prices and the Structure of the Australian Economy’.Today, I would like to revisit this topic of structural change, first talking about some of the adjustments that are taking place within the Australian economy and then, second, discussing some of the implications of these adjustments for monetary policy.

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