I don’t know but on monetary policy front, we tend to pick either out of date ideas or rejected ones (not the same). The whole idea is to just copy some idea happening elsewhere without giving it much thought. It was fine if inflation targeting was adopted before 2008 but we have adopted it now when most inflation targeting countries are just following it superficially at best.
Even when we have adopted inflation targeting, we continue to target exchange rate markets. Exchange rates is one of the first things central banks give up on targeting inflation. Infact it was troubles with exchange rate monitoring which led central banks to look for alternatives which started with money supply and now interest rates. Read any central bank which (used to) practice IT and they tell you the same – we did away with exchange rate management.
But post adopting so called modern/ avant garde IT framework…
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