Handbook of Monetary and Fiscal Policy
Examines the politics of economic policy, focusing on forecasting, inflation, interest rates, market expectations, financial crises, disruptions in global markets, and tax policy, as well as state and local government budgeting, financial management, and policy initiatives for development and growth.
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PRESERVING ECONOMIC STABILITY
Its Still a Puzzle
Changes in the Business Cycle
Why Is Financial Stability a Goal of Public Policy?
Perspectives from Economic Theory
Social Norms and Economic Theory
Should We Worry About
Is It Useful for Monetary Policy?
What Is the Optimal Rate of Inflation?
What Are the Lags in Monetary Policy?
Interest Rates and Monetary Policy
Real Interest Rates
Contents of Companion Volume
The Experience of the Past
Architect of Modern
Forecasting and Measuring Economic Activity
Interest Rate Spreads as Indicators for Monetary Policy
A Dynamic Multivariate Model for Use in Formulating Policy
Is Less More?
The Next Step for Monetary Policy
Political Dimensions of Economic Policy
Federal Reserve Independence and the Accord of 1951
Describing Fed Behavior
A Bursting Bubble
Goals and Instruments
Malcolm Bryan and the Introduction
The Goals of U S Monetary Policy
A Twentieth Century Odyssey
Lessons on Monetary Policy from the 1980s
Monetary Policy in the 1990s
Is a Tough Central Bank Enough?
A Hitchhikers Guide to Understanding Exchange Rates
Inflation and Economic Policy
Inflation and Growth
Economic Activity and Inflation
Inflation Financial Markets and Capital Formation
Is Noninflationary Growth an Oxymoron?
Conducting Monetary Policy with Inflation Targets
The Shadow of the Great Depression and the Inflation of the 1970s
Globalization and U S Inflation
On the Origin and Evolution of the Word Inflation
Is Inflation Dead?
Central Bank Inflation Targeting
Wage Inflation and Worker Uncertainty
Financial Markets and Institutions
The European System of Central Banks
Economic Factors Monetary Policy and Expected Returns
The October 1987 Crash Ten Years Later
Financial Crises and Market Regulation
The Role of Public
Implementation of Monetary Policy
Practical Issues in Monetary Policy Targeting
The Evidence on Government Competition
The Great Depression in the United States from a Neoclassical
Some Observations on the Great Depression
Tax Policy and Taxes
Distortionary Taxes and the Provision of Public Goods
Lessons from the 1980s
Budgeting and Accounting
Risk Assessment in Government Capital Budgeting
What Fiscal Surplus?
Implications for the Federal
Policymakers Respond to the Surplus
Accounting for Capital Consumption and Technological Progress
Can the Stock Market Save Social Security?
Generational Accounting in Open Economies
Generational Equity and Sustainability in U S Fiscal Policy
Financing and Debt
How the U S Treasury Should Auction Its Debt
What Do the Recent Models and Results
An Analysis of Potential Treasury Auction Techniques
Auctioning Treasury Securities
Managing the Public Debt
Federal Deficits and Financing the National Debt
State and Local Debt Policy and Management
Developing Formal Debt Policies
Municipal Bond Ratings and Municipal Debt Management
Practices and Issues
of Pennsylvania Municipal Authorities
Implications of TaxExempt Municipal
ECONOMIC POLICY GROWTH AND EMPLOYMENT
Economic Development and Growth
The State of the Economic
Fiscal Pressures and the Privatization of Local Services
Theories of Interjurisdictional Competition
Implementation of Fiscal Policy
Whats Luck Got to Do with It?
Money Fiscal Discipline and Growth
Does Fiscal Policy Matter?
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