Rule-Based Policy

Rule-Based Policy

Any government policy in which a jurisdiction rarely or never deviates from established norms. A rule-based policy does not make exceptions based upon extenuating circumstances.
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No official money has been tied to gold (or any other real asset) since 1971, and during this time one rule-based policy after another has been adopted and eventually jettisoned.
We return to this central idea to show how a central bank can achieve the gains of a rule-based policy without publicly stating a specific rule.
Rule-based policy is one useful mechanism to enhance the credibility of commitment, but it is not perfect.
The move towards rule-based policy from a discretion-based one will bring more clarity to how policy works.
It evaluates the situation and, combined with intelligence from the MSR, makes decisions using a sophisticated, rule-based policy engine.
Thus, he proposes a rule-based policy structure, i.
In the short-run discretionary policy is preferred to rule-based policy for two reasons: first, the Governors of the Bank of England are quite able to decide for themselves what is the best course of action, what is going to happen next, and second
For a rule-based policy to be successful, it must be credible so that economic agents can fairly safely assume that decision-makers will actually follow their announced response pattern.
Topics include a quantitative approach to IT investment allocation, a distributed tabling algorithm for rule-based policy systems, a basis for comparing characteristics of policy systems, and policy languages for digital identity management in federation systems.
See Svensson (2001) for a more extensive discussion of rule-based policy responses.
Decker, Warren and John Morello, "The American Debate Association: Rule-Based Policy Debate," Argumentation and Advocacy 27 (1990): 58-67.
10) Until the public was able to observe low inflation and relatively stable nominal GDP growth for a considerable length of time, the credibility of a rule-based policy would likely depend on the public's ability to verify that the monetary authority was actually following the rule when setting targets for money growth.