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1 Yet if there is an observed change to the predicted future time path of real interest rates, then in theory those allowed to change prices/wages should now do so immediately. 2 To summarize, current macromodels find it extraordinarily hard to replicate the lag structure which is a key feature of the conjuncture for policy-makers, and for their own forecasters/economists, especially the quite lengthy delay before inflation responds perceptibly to observed changes in monetary conditions. Is it unfair to claim that the reaction of most theoretical model builders is to ignore this discrepancy, and to continue with constructs where both the rationale for, and time profile of, the lag structures has little relationship with reality?
22 C. A. E. Goodhart One problematical deficiency in this field of trying to model and assess financial stability is that virtually all methods of monitoring such financial stability relate to individual banks, and other financial intermediaries, for example VARs, stress tests, solvency and capital requirements, liquidity ratios, and so on. What matters, from society’s view-point, is systemic, not individual, stability. The two are obviously related; for example a system where most of the component members are weak is not likely to be systemically strong.
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