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Keywords: Monetary policy, deliberation, FOMC, transparency, career concerns
JEL Classification: E52; E58; D78
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Abstract:If central banks publish the transcripts of their internal policy debates, will discussions be enhanced or inhibited? Michael McMahon and colleagues use tools from computational linguistics to analyse the positive and negative effects of transparency on deliberations of the monetary policymakers at the US Federal Reserve.
CentrePiece 19 (3) Winter2015 pages: 21-23
This article summarises ‘Transparency and Deliberation within the FOMC: a Computational Linguistics Approach’ by Stephen Hansen, Michael McMahon and Andrea Prat, CEP Discussion Paper No.1276, June 2014.
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'Transparency and Deliberation within the FOMC: A Computational Linguistics Approach', Stephen Hansen, Michael McMahon and Andrea Prat, Quarterly Journal of Economics, Volume 133, Issue 2, May 2018
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