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Taylor Rule/State intervention/Monetary policy/Taylor: The Taylor rule for state intervention is based on money market rates. Taylor tried to identify the relationship between interest rate developments and the potential final target variables in the US using a policy response function. (1),(2)
As a rule, the Federal Reserve System's Open Market Committee (FOMC) has changed the Federal Funds Rate whenever there have been deviations between the current (average) and desired rate of inflation (inflation gap) and differences between the real domestic product and a long-term equilibrium level (output gap).
The central bank increases the money market rate with rising inflation and higher economic growth and vice versa (feedback rule). If the Taylor rule is to be operationalised, statements on the long-term (equilibrium) real interest rate level, the inflation rate and domestic product targets and information on the reaction parameters are required.
Problem: the required data is only available with a time delay and will also be readjusted frequently and to a not inconsiderable extent in the following period.
VsTaylor: Monetary policy should not react to historical values of the inflation or output gap, but anticipate the gaps expected in the future and initiate appropriate countermeasures. See also Edge Width Problem.

1. John B. Taylor,“Discretion Versus Policy Rules in Practice”, Carnegie-Rochester Conference Series on Public Policy 39, 1993 p. 195– 214.
2. John B. Taylor, “A Historical Analysis of Monetary Policy Rules,” In Monetary Policy Rules, J.B. Taylor, ed. Chicago 1999.

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EconTayl I
John Brian Taylor
Discretion Versus Policy Rules in Practice 1993

Taylor III
Lance Taylor
Central Bankers, Inflation, and the Next Recession, in: Institute for New Economic Thinking (03/09/19), URL: 9/3/2019

TaylorB II
Barry Taylor
"States of Affairs"
Truth and Meaning, G. Evans/J. McDowell, Oxford 1976

TaylorCh I
Charles Taylor
The Language Animal: The Full Shape of the Human Linguistic Capacity Cambridge 2016

Mause I
Karsten Mause
Christian Müller
Klaus Schubert,
Politik und Wirtschaft: Ein integratives Kompendium Wiesbaden 2018

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