Transforming the U.S. Financial System: Equity and Efficiency for the 21st Century

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Sustaining Low Interest Rates -- Comprehensive Progressive Reform -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Chapter Three: Monetary Policy, Financial Structure, and Investment -- Chapter Summary -- Introduction: Some Broad Themes -- Do We Need More Investment? -- What Do We Know About the Determinants of Investment? -- Empirical Evidence on the Determinants of Investment -- Policy Implications -- Econometric Appendix -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Chapter Four: Monetary Policy in the 1990s: Overcoming the Barriers to Equity and Growth -- Chapter Summary -- Introduction -- The Effectiveness of Monetary Policy
 

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Contents

The Federal Reserve under Clinton
23
Monetary Policy Financial Structure and Investment
35
Tables
46
Appendix
56
Monetary Policy in the 1990s Overcoming
65
How to Rebuild the U S Financial Structure
101
The Evolution of the Financial System and
133
The Parallel Banking System
157
No More Bank Bailouts A Proposal
201
Banks Communities and Public Policy
221
Do U S Financial Markets Allocate Credit
253
Pension Funds Capital Markets and
287
Public Credit Allocation through the Federal
321
Index
355
Contributing Authors
363
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