The Committee meets semi-annually. At each meeting a number of papers are prepared by Committee members on a variety of macroeconomic and public policy topics. Based on these papers and the Committee’s deliberations, a Policy Statement is prepared that summarizes the most important policy recommendations of the Committee. These papers are organized by year and downloadable.
Archives - Position Papers
March 14, 2014 – New York, NY
Reforming the Rules That Govern the Fed
by Charles W. Calomiris, Columbia Business School
The Relevance of Federal Reserve Surplus Capital for Current Policy
by Marvin Goodfriend, Carnegie Mellon University and National Bureau of Economic Research
Shifting Perspectives on the Dual Mandate
by Peter Ireland, Boston College
Achieving Normalcy in Monetary Policy
by Mickey D. Levy, Blenheim Capital Management
Has the Federal Reserve Learned to be an Effective Lender of Last Resort in its First One Hundred Years?
by Michael D. Bordo, Rutgers University and Hoover Institution
Recent Monetary Policy and the Fiscal Theory of the Price Level
by Bennett T. McCallum, Carnegie Mellon University