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The forecasts-based instrument rule and decision making. How closely interlinked? The case of Sweden

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Research background: The Central Bank of Sweden declared in years 1999–2006 the implementation of the Svensson’s concept of inflation forecast targeting (IFT). It means that the repo rate decision-making process depends on the inflation forecasts. The concept evolved from the strict IFT with the decision-making algorithm called ‘the rule of thumb’ to the flexible IFT. Purpose of the article: The aim of the article is to: (1) analyze the influence of the inflation rate and GDP growth rate on the repo rate decisions, (2) analyze the influence of the infla- tion rate and GDP growth rate forecasts (in two year horizon) on the repo rate decisions in Sweden in years 1999–2006. Methods: The analysis encompasses the repo rates decisions, CPI inflation rate, GDP growth rate, central paths of CPI inflation forecasts and central paths of GDP growth rate forecasts (the mode values) in the two years horizon published by The Central Bank of Sweden in years 1999–2006. The studies are based on the Taylor-type instrument rule and forecast-based Taylor-type instrument rule. The methodology used is multiple linear regres- sion models. Findings & Value added: The Central Bank of Sweden in years 1999–2006 implemented direct inflation forecast targeting (DIFT) rule. The decision-making algorithm was based on the CPI inflation forecasts and the rule of the thumb algorithm. The exact rule of the thumb was as follow: if the inflation forecast, in the tw o year forecast’s horizon exceeded the inflation target by 1 p.p., then the central bank raised the repo rate by 0.4 p.p; if it was below it, then the central bank reduced the repo rate by 0.4 p.p. If the inflation forecast was equal to the inflation target, then the repo rate remained unchanged. The historical repo rates differ from the theoretical estimated rule of the thumb’s repo rates by +/-0.28 p.p.

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Opublikowano w:
EQUILIBRIUM Quarterly Journal of Economics and Economic Policy nr 12, wydanie 2, strony 295 - 315,
ISSN: 1689-765X
Język:
angielski
Rok wydania:
2017
Opis bibliograficzny:
Tura-Gawron K.: The forecasts-based instrument rule and decision making. How closely interlinked? The case of Sweden// EQUILIBRIUM. -Vol. 12., iss. 2 (2017), s.295-315
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Cyfrowy identyfikator dokumentu elektronicznego (otwiera się w nowej karcie) 10.24136/eq.v12i2.16
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