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Policy Making and Forecasts

  • Nicolas Carnot
  • Vincent Koen
  • Bruno Tissot

Abstract

Forecasts are a key input into policy making but are also a prominent output, in so far as policy makers’ choices shape the forecast, and those policy makers need to ‘sell’ their decisions jointly with a forecast.1 Official forecasts enter the decision-making processes of other economic agents, notably businesses, social partners and households, some of whom in turn produce their own forecasts.

Keywords

Monetary Policy Central Bank International Monetary Fund Fiscal Policy Euro Area 
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© Nicolas Carnot, Vincent Koen and Bruno Tissot 2011

Authors and Affiliations

  • Nicolas Carnot
  • Vincent Koen
  • Bruno Tissot

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