Central Banks' Inflation Dilemma


Since the 2008 global financial crisis, central banking has been turned on its head, with policymakers using one untried tool after another to boost demand. But the one thing that has remained constant may be the most in need of a rethink: inflation targets. PS Associate Editor Whitney Arana explains.


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