CEE shows limits of monetary policy in taming inflation
Similar inflation outcomes in CEE demonstrate the limits of monetary policy in combating the current surge in inflation. Slovakia has had a much looser monetary policy but its inflation rate has been similar to other CEE countries with sovereign central banks that have hiked aggressively since 2021. In this webinar, we will discuss the effectiveness of conventional monetary policy tightening in countering supply-driven, imported inflation, and its wider implications for the EM economies.
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Tomas Dvorak | Assistant Economist
Tomas joined Oxford Economics in September 2019 as Assistant Economist in the eurozone team. In addition to forecasting, he focuses on analysis of macroeconomic policies and developing modern, data-driven approaches to economic forecasting.
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