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Milton Friedman’s critiques of 20th century Keynesian economic policy continues to shape monetary policy discussions today.
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Through replacing conventional and flawed measures of the unemployment rate, the Fed could improve its policy communication while more accurately achieving its mandate of maximum employment.
Economic recovery, while uneven across emerging markets versus advanced economies, has been accelerated by vaccination rollouts and unprecedented policy responses from monetary and fiscal authorities.
The debt-to-GDP ratio may have become a misleading metric when thinking about fiscal policy, and a fresh new perspective might be needed.
The US dollar is an important component within international monetary architecture, and it plays a crucial role in mitigating certain financial dilemmas that may arise in the Eurozone.
The macroeconomic and political case for the increased use of monetary policy rules.
With the implementation of a central bank digital currency seemingly on the horizon, the debate surrounding the roles of the public and private sector has begun to take center stage.
Tangible action plans for leaders, companies and countries could transform the value of the market back into the value of humanity.
Granting fintechs access to Fed master accounts could be an important step toward creating a financial landscape with more innovation, better services, and lower costs.
Protecting manufacturing jobs benefits only a small percentage of the workforce, while imposing substantial costs on the rest.