Annual Report Essays

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2013

Inequality, Recessions and Recoveries
Fabrizio Perri

2012

Better Policy through Better Communication: Two Conversations with Narayana Kocherlakota
Narayana Kocherlakota

2011

Post-Crisis Use of Financial Market Data in Bank Supervision
Ron J. Feldman, Jason Schmidt

2010

Labor Markets and Monetary Policy
Narayana Kocherlakota

2009

Modern Macroeconomic Models as Tools for Economic Policy
Narayana Kocherlakota

2008

The Current Financial Crisis: What Should We Learn From the Great Depressions of the 20th Century?
Timothy J. Kehoe, Gonzalo Fernandez de Cordoba

2007

Managing the Expanded Safety Net
Gary H. Stern, Ron J. Feldman

2006

Modern Macroeconomics in Practice: How Theory is Shaping Monetary Policy
Patrick J. Kehoe, V. V. Chari

2005

Giving Aid Effectively
Nancy L. Stokey

2004

The Transformation of Macroeconomic Policy and Research
Edward C. Prescott

2003

The Industrial Revolution: Past and Future
Robert E. Lucas, Jr.

2002

Between Two Worlds: How Do Credit Markets Work?
Arthur J. Rolnick, David Fettig

2001

Mortgage Rates, Homeownership Rates, and Government-Sponsored Enterprises
Ron J. Feldman

2000

Thoughts on the Fed's Role in the Payments System
Edward J. Green, Richard M. Todd

1998

Asking the Right Questions About the IMF
Patrick J. Kehoe, V. V. Chari

1997

Fixing FDICIA: A Plan to Address the Too Big to Fail Problem
Arthur J. Rolnick, Ron J. Feldman

1996

Breaking Down the Barriers to Technological Progress
James A. Schmitz, Jr., Preston J. Miller

1995

Formulating a Consistent Approach to Monetary Policy
Gary H. Stern

1994

Congress Should End the Economic War Among the States
Arthur J. Rolnick, Melvin L. Burstein

1993

The High Cost of Being Fair
Preston J. Miller

1992

Banking’s Middle Ground: Balancing Excessive Regulation and Taxpayer Risk
Gary H. Stern

1991

Dichotomy Becomes Reality: Ten Years of Federal Reserve as Regulator and Competitor
David Fettig, Leonard W. Fernelius

1990

Playing By the Rules: A Proposal for Federal Budget Reform
V. V. Chari, Preston J. Miller

1989

A Case for Fixing Exchange Rates
Arthur J. Rolnick, Warren E. Weber

1988

A Case for Reforming Federal Deposit Insurance
Arthur J. Rolnick, John H. Boyd

1987

Achieving Economic Stability: Lessons from the Crash of 1929
Gary H. Stern

1986

The Unpleasant Arithmetic of Budget and Trade Deficits
Gary H. Stern

1985

The Fed’s Money Supply Ranges: Still Useful After All These Years
Gary H. Stern

1984

The Transition to Low Inflation: Progress and Pressures
Gary H. Stern

1983

Economic Prosperity: An Eclectic View
E. Gerald Corrigan

1982

Are Banks Special?
E. Gerald Corrigan

1981

Meeting the Challenges of a New Banking Era
E. Gerald Corrigan, Evelyn F. Carroll

1980

A New Law, A New Era
E. Gerald Corrigan

1979

The Tax Cut Illusion
Preston J. Miller

1978

Eliminating Policy Surprises: An Inexpensive Way to Beat Inflation
Mark H. Willes

1977

Rational Expectations—Fresh Ideas that Challenge Some Established Views of Policy Making
Clarence W. Nelson

1976

Perspectives on Federal Reserve Independence - A Changing Structure for Changing Times
Bruce K. MacLaury

1975

Monetary Policy for 1976—A Primer
Bruce K. MacLaury, Clarence W. Nelson

1974

The Limping Giant: The American Economy 1974-75
Bruce K. MacLaury

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