Does Monetary Policy Respond to Uncertainty? Evidence from Australia

When considering a monetary policy change, decision-makers at the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) undoubtedly take into account a significant amount of information about the economy. Natalia Ponomareva discusses a novel measure of uncertainty using expert monetary policy recommendation data for Australia.

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