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
April 29, 2016 – New York, NY
What’s the matter with the Fed?
by Peter R. Fisher, Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth
Rules Based Policies: Better Than International Central Bank Coordination and Cooperation
by Michael D. Bordo, Rutgers University and Hoover Institution, Stanford University
Communist Party Rule and China’s Macroeconomics Adjustment Problem
by Marvin Goodfriend, Carnegie Mellon University
There is a joke in academia and it goes like this
by Gregory D. Hess, Wabash College
Why Has Nominal Income Growth Been So Slow?
by Peter N. Ireland, Boston College
Rethinking Fed Policy amid Constraints on Aggregate Supply
by Mickey D. Levy, Berenberg Capital Markets, LLC for the Americas and Asia
Reflections on Keynes and Hamilton
by Bennett T. McCallum, Tepper School of Business
The Fed-ECB Policy Divergence
by Athanasios Orphanides, MIT