Topic - Economic History

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The Current Financial Crisis: What Should We Learn From the Great Depressions of the 20th Century?

2008 Annual Report Essay
Timothy J. Kehoe, Gonzalo Fernandez de Cordoba
May 2009 - The Region

The Current Financial Crisis: What Should We Learn From the Great Depressions of the 20th Century?

2008 Annual Report Essay
Timothy J. Kehoe, Gonzalo Fernandez de Cordoba
May 2009 - Annual Reports

The Current Financial Crisis: What Should We Learn from the Great Depressions of the Twentieth Century?

Timothy J. Kehoe, Gonzalo Fernandez de Cordoba
April 2009 - Staff Report

Using the General Equilibrium Growth Model to Study Great Depressions: A Reply to Temin

Edward C. Prescott, Timothy J. Kehoe
December 2008 - Staff Report

Coin Sizes and Payments in Commodity Money Systems

Warren E. Weber, Angela Redish
October 2008 - Staff Report

Interview with Christina and David Romer

Douglas Clement
September 2008 - The Region

Just what is the middle class, and other stuff

Terry J. Fitzgerald, Ronald A. Wirtz
September 2008 - fedgazette

The Rise and Fall of Nicholas Biddle

Brilliant and seemingly destined for greatness, America’s first central banker failed when put to the test in the Bank War
Phil Davies
September 2008 - The Region

The “Monster” of Chestnut Street

The life and death of the Second Bank of the United States is a cautionary tale about the exercise of monetary power
Phil Davies
September 2008 - The Region

Where Has All the Income Gone?

Middle American incomes rise substantially even while inequality increases
Terry J. Fitzgerald
September 2008 - The Region

Back to the Future with Keynes

Lee E. Ohanian
June 2008 - Quarterly Review

The History of a Powerful Paragraph

Section 13(3) enacted Fed business loans 76 years ago
David Fettig
June 2008 - The Region

Economic Turbulence: Is a Volatile Economy Good for America?

Book Review
Terry J. Fitzgerald
September 2007 - The Region

Has Middle America Stagnated?

A closer look at hourly wages
Terry J. Fitzgerald
September 2007 - The Region

The Bank that Hamilton Built

At the dawn of the Republic, the First Bank of the United States created a model for American financial markets and monetary policy that endures to this day.
Phil Davies
September 2007 - The Region

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