Archives - November 9-10, 2003 – Washington, D.C.

Position Papers

It’s Time to Privatize Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac
by Gregory Hess, Claremont McKenna College

Property Rights in Iraq
by Lee Hoskins

Weak Labor Markets: Soft GDP Rebound or Structural Phenomenon?
by Mickey Levy, Bank of America

Misconceptions Regarding Rules vs. Discretion for Monetary Policy
by Bennett McCallum, Carnegie Mellon University

Deflating Fears of Deflation
by Charles Plosser

Government Spending, Deficits and Optimal Financial Policy
by Charles Plosser

Interpreting the U.S. Current Account Deficit
by Anna Schwartz, NBER

Shadow Open Market Committee Spring 2016 Meeting

Policy Priorities For Turbulent Times

SOMC 2016 Spring Meeting

Presents…

the SHADOW OPEN MARKET COMMITTEE (SOMC) Meeting:

“Policy Priorities For Turbulent Times”

April 29, 2016 | New York City


Panel 1: Global Interactions—China, Europe, and the World

Rules-Based Policies—Better than International Central Bank Coordination
Michael Bordo, Rutgers University

Communist Rule and China’s Macroeconomic Adjustment Problem
Marvin Goodfriend, Carnegie Mellon University

The Fed-ECB Policy Divergence
Athanasios Orphanides, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

 

Panel 2: The Fed and the Markets

Moderator: Gregory Hess, Wabash College

Why Has Nominal Income Growth Been So Slow?
Peter Ireland, Boston College

Rethinking Fed Policy amid Constraints on Aggregate Supply
Mickey Levy, Berenberg Capital Markets

Reflections on Keynes and Hamilton
Bennett McCallum, Carnegie Mellon University

 

Keynote Address

Introduction: Mickey Levy, Berenberg Capital Markets

What’s the matter with the Fed?
Peter Fisher, Senior Fellow, Tuck School of Business, Dartmouth College and former Under Secretary, U.S. Treasury

April 29, 2016 – New York, NY

Keynote Address


What’s the matter with the Fed?

by Peter R. Fisher, Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth

Position Papers


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

2016

SOMC 2015 Fall Meeting

Presents…

the SHADOW OPEN MARKET COMMITTEE (SOMC) Meeting:

“THE FORGETFUL FED”

 

Three Challenges to Central Bank Orthodoxy
By James Bullard, President and CEO, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Position Papers


Monetary Policy: Transparency and Clarity Require a Strategy

by Mickey D. Levy, Blenheim Capital Management

Monetary Policy Lessons from the 1990s for Today

by Marvin Goodfriend, Carnegie Mellon University