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Australia has been consistently undershooting its inflation target, and this may be cause for a new monetary framework.
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The COVID-19 crisis has continued to expose systemic issues present within the global financial system, and the critical macrofinance framework provides important insights on how to address them.
The US treasury market would benefit greatly from implementing an expanded centralized clearing mechanism.
COVID-19 has caused a massive economic collapse, and the response should be to spend now, and worry about financing later.
The Fed’s aggressive responses to recent crises have deepened the dollar trap, and it will continue to have far-reaching effects internationally.
Macroprudential policy should utilized as an important preventative tool to address the dangerous peaks and troughs of the business cycle.
As the economy recovers from the fallout of COVID-19, policymakers should consider committing to a long-term, systematic deleveraging of the banking sector.
The Fed needs to be more aggressive addressing the macroeconomic problems stemming from COVID-19, and adopting a level target may be one solution.
The Fed and Congress have deployed a number of important lending facilities in response to the current economic crisis, but various legal concerns continue to loom.
The German Constitutional Court is fighting a battle that effectively harms central bank independence, and this could have serious implications for the future of the Eurozone.