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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||Inflation Targeting In Brazil: An Empirical Analysis Of Ipca [o Regime De Metas De Inflação No Brasil: Uma Análise Empírica Do Ipca]|
|Abstract:||Inflation targeting regime is a monetary policy adopted by several countries in the 1990s, Brazil being among them, which adopted it in 1999 after a currency crisis. With a theoretical framework inspired by the new-classical theory, this regime is adopted by countries attempting to achieve price stability and it brings the prior announcement of a numerical target for inflation as a key feature. The present work aims at discussing the use of IPCA (Consumer Price Index) as a measuring index for Brazil's inflation after briefly explain the theoretical basis of the IT regime.|
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