Monetary Policy in the New Global Economy: The Case of Japan
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The title of this session asks an old question in a new form: Have institutional changes, in this case so-called globalization, reduced the effect of money on prices and other nominal variables? The simple answer is no, but a more complete answer would be, no for large countries like the United States but perhaps yes for small, open economies with free capital movements. I will give two principal reasons.