Yes, Central Banks Should Care About Financial Stability

Monetary policymakers have to interact with the world as it is, not with the world they wish existed.

A very strange, and very wrong, idea has been circulating through many otherwise respectable corners of the economics blogosphere: Monetary policymakers should ignore what goes on in the financial system. This was the standard view before the crisis. We shouldn't take it seriously today.

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