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International Monetary Fund (2005)
Types: Preprint
Subjects: Norway;pension, pensions, early retirement, benefits, minimum pension, Norway;oil, fiscal transfer, gas, fiscal rule, fiscal transfers, Economic conditions;Norway;inflation, monetary policy, central bank, inflation targeting, inflation target, Economic conditions;Norway;current account, exchange rate, real exchange rate, real exchange, public sector, Selected Issues Papers;Natural gas sector;Immigration;Oil sector;Labor markets;Norway;Sovereign wealth funds;Housing prices;Fiscal policy;Exchange rates;Domestic debt;oil, gas, oil and gas, oil prices, gas sector, Economic conditions;Norway;budget, revenues, local government, budget balance, interest, Article IV consultations;Economic conditions;Economic indicators;Selected issues;Inflation targeting;inflation, inflation rate, monetary policy, international monetary fund, Fiscal policy;Selected issues;Pensions;Oil prices;Oil production;Oil revenues;Population;Inflation;Monetary policy;Norway;common, actual inflation, inflationary pressures, inflation performance, Norway;immigration, labor market, labor supply, employment, unemployment
This Selected Issues paper analyzes inflation in Norway with a view to shedding light on this surprising development and the possible near-term course of inflation, using statistical and econometric analyses. The paper reviews recent developments of monetary policy and inflation in Norway, applies statistical and econometric tools to identify factors influencing inflation, and describes the implications of the analysis for policymaking. Using data for six advanced small open economies explicitly targeting inflation, the paper examines empirically whether deviations of the exchange rate from their equilibrium levels systematically affect the conduct of monetary policy.
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