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Protecting manufacturing jobs benefits only a small percentage of the workforce, while imposing substantial costs on the rest.
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Early 1900s agrarian society helped shape the American mortgage market, leading to a government policy response that has had a lasting impact to this day.
Viewing central bank activism along a spectrum of legitimacy presents a novel framework for policymakers to strike the optimal balance between monetary and macro prudential policy.
Eight questions on the markets, myths, and macrofinancial policy surrounding the global domain of the dollar.
Unifying the analysis of business cycles and growth theory may present a new paradigm for thinking about hysteresis in the economy.
In a world with multiple reserve currencies and long-run fiscal imprudence, severe runs on the financial system could be a major threat to the health of the global macroeconomy.
Changes in overnight repo rates can be anticipated by tracking how much Treasury debt is being issued on net, and how much the Fed is going to buy.
Milton Friedman made many significant contributions to monetarist thought throughout his life, and many of those contributions could be applied to macroeconomic policy today.
Amending the Federal Reserve Act to grant non-bank financial institutions access Fed master accounts would be an important first step that enhances competition, innovation, and inclusion in the banking industry.
The plumbing of monetary policy has become a massive tug-of-war between the Fed and the Treasury, but there are a number of possible solutions to help ease these tensions.