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Fear of Liftoff: Uncertainty, Rules, and Discretion in Monetary Policy Normalization
As the author describes it, the Federal Reserve's muddled mandate to attain simultaneously the incompatible goals of maximum employment and price stability invites short-term-oriented discretionary policymaking inconsistent with the systematic approach needed for monetary policy to contribute best to the economy over time. Fear of liftoff serves as an example.