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Stock. 2002. S. economy. Macroeconomic Dynamics 6 (1): 85–110. O. Svensson. 1999. Policy rules for inflation targeting. In Monetary policy rules, ed. J. B. Taylor, 203–46. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Surico, Paolo. Forthcoming. S. monetary policy rules: The case for asymmetric preferences. Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control. O. 2007. Robust control made simple: Lecture notes. Princeton University. Unpublished Manuscript. Comment Andrew Levin This chapter addresses a crucial topic for monetary policymakers, namely, does an asset price boom substantially raise the likelihood of a subsequent macroeconomic crisis?
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