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Author:Broaddus, Alfred 

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Central banking—then and now

This article is excerpted from an address given to the Woodrow Wilson Forum sponsored by the Woodrow Wilson Birthplace Foundation, Staunton, Va., April 2, 1993. Marvin Goodfriend, senior vice president and director of research at the Richmond Fed, contributed substantially to the preparation of the article.
The Region , Issue Sep

Journal Article
Transparency in the practice of monetary policy; panel discussion

Review , Volume 84 , Issue Jul , Pages 155-166

Conference Paper
Competition in banking : achieving the right balance

Proceedings , Paper 914

Conference Paper
Market discipline and Fed lending

Proceedings , Paper 664

Report
Sustaining price stability. 2003 annual report of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond

Annual Report

Journal Article
Challenges facing the Fed

Several legislative proposals now under consideration could change fundamentally the Fed's structure and role. If these proposals become law they could reduce the quality of monetary policy and the performance of the economy.
Cross Sections , Volume 11 , Issue Spr

Journal Article
Current developments in banking

The president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond addresses the state of banking in a speech delivered to the Maryland Independent Bankers Association.
Cross Sections , Volume 12 , Issue Spr

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Current challenges for U.S. monetary policy

Economic Quarterly , Issue Win , Pages 1-6

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Monetary policy in a low inflation environment

Economic Quarterly , Volume 89 , Issue Spr , Pages 1-6

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What assets should the Federal Reserve buy?

Economic Quarterly , Issue Win , Pages 7-22

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