Annual Report Essays

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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

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