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Two Years with Inflation Targeting in Norway and Iceland
In March 2001, within an interval of a few days, Norges Bank, and Seðlabanki Íslands both changed their monetary-policy objective. Both central banks switched from a fixed-exchange-rate policy to monetary policy based on an inflation target with a floating exchange rate. The background to the shift was growing problems relating to the fixed-exchange-rate policy. This article describes the background to the new regime and experience so far.