Price spillovers in Norway: Less prevalent after the 1980s
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- Staff Memo 
This Staff Memo considers some of the available evidence on relative price shocks as a driver of Norwegian inflation dynamics in high- versus low-inflation regimes. The results suggest that relative price shocks have largely been transient over the past two-three decades. However, this has been a period of low and stable inflation. Evidence from the 1980s suggest that relative price shocks had greater passthrough to other prices, and thus core inflation, in a high inflation regime.