Banking and Policy Issues Magazine

December 2005

Interview with Edward Green

From the emergence of democracy in 13th century England to current controversies in central banking.

Previous Issues

Top of the Ninth

Gary Stern on the Fed and the payments system.


  • Mr. Peyton's Bank
    Through hard work and force of personality, John Peyton transformed the Minneapolis Fed into a source of strength and succor in turbulent times. [In Brief]
  • Is College Unaffordable?
    Tuition and student debt have skyrocketed, but higher education still pays off. [In Brief]
  • The Untouchables
    By quantifying the unmeasured, Fed economists shed light on the stock market, productivity and the development of dynamic economic theory. [In Brief]
  • Truths About Trade and the Dollar
    A Minneapolis Fed directors' retreat explores the realities of international trade and foreign exchange.

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