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Robust estimation and monetary policy with unobserved structural change

Williams, John C.

Robust estimation and monetary policy with unobserved structural change

by Williams, John C.

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Published by Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco in [San Francisco] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Monetary policy.,
  • Structural adjustment (Economic policy),
  • Uncertainty.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJohn C. Williams.
    SeriesFRBSF working paper ;, 2004-11, FRBSF working paper (Online) ;, #2004-11.
    ContributionsFederal Reserve Bank of San Francisco.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHB1
    The Physical Object
    FormatElectronic resource
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3477428M
    LC Control Number2005617128

    Implications of a Changing Economic Structure for the Strategy of Monetary Policy with the central bank responding to its best estimate of the unobserved shocks as if the shocks were observed perfectly. and an operational procedure that determines the setting of the policy instrument. Structural change and uncertainty affect each of Cited by: change, or shifts in value added and trade shares that may be important in the changing economic structure. As more estimates are made for many countries, any regularity in the estimates may further inform the pattern of development and structural change, following the work of Chenery and various coauthors (Chenery, Size: 1MB.

    models as vehicles for modelling structural change in the macroeconomy with a focus on the estimation of the unobserved paths of random coe cient processes. The dominant estimation methods, in this context, are based on various lters, such as the Kalman documenting changes in the e ect of monetary policy shocks and in the degree of exchange. This paper develops a panel unobserved components model of the monetary transmission mechanism in the world economy, disaggregated into its fifteen largest national economies. This structural macroeconometric model features extensive linkages between the real and financial sectors, both within and across economies. A variety of monetary policy Cited by: 7.

    The Natural Rate 49 policy practice. The article originally referred to the Taylor () rule for monetary policy to emphasize the role of the natural or equilibrium rate in measuring the policy stance “with policy expansionary (contractionary) if the short- term real interest rate lies below (above) the natural rate.”.   In "Robust Estimation and Monetary Policy with Unobserved Structural Change," John C. Williams examines, through an estimated model of the U.S. economy, the quantitative significance of structural change for the implementation of monetary policy.


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tation of monetary policy in the face of uncertainty regarding the process of structural change in the economy. We model unobserved structural change through time variation in the natural rates of interest and unemployment.

We show that certainty equivalent optimal policies perform poorly when there is model uncertainty about the natural rate processes. Robust Estimation and Monetary Policy with Unobserved Structural Change John C. Williams⁄ Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco J Abstract This paper considers the monetary policymaker’s joint problem of model estima-tion and the design of a policy rule in the face of uncertainty regarding the pro-cess of structural change in the economy.

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