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Both price level targeting and speed limit policies have been suggested as alternatives to inflation targeting that may confer benefits when a central bank operates under discretion, even if society's loss function is specified in terms of inflation (instead of price level) volatility. Here we show that price level targeting dominates a speed limit policy under perfect credibility and rational expectations. However, a speed limit policy is more robust than a price level target. Even for smalldoi:10.2139/ssrn.464040 fatcat:3lvcsqqswnefxagnxmzq5fmt3q