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A singular achievement of recent monetary policy

September 20, 2012. Presentation. "A Singular Achievement of Recent Monetary Policy." Presented at Theodore and Rita Combs Distinguished Lecture Series in Economics, University of Notre Dame.
Speech , Paper 204

Permazero in Europe? : a presentation at International Research Forum on Monetary Policy, Ninth Conference, Frankfurt am Main, Germany, March 18, 2016.

St. Louis Fed President James Bullard discussed recent neo-Fisherian ideas and what they might mean for the G-7 countries during a presentation to the International Research Forum on Monetary Policy in Frankfurt, Germany. He explored a scenario in which zero or near-zero policy rates remain over the medium term and also discussed implications of such a scenario for future monetary policy.
Speech , Paper 263

Journal Article
Does Low Unemployment Signal a Meaningful Rise in Inflation?

The unemployment rate in the U.S. is relatively low by recent historical standards. Some people argue that this means higher inflation is just around the corner, which they cite as a reason for the Fed to raise the U.S. policy rate (i.e., the federal funds rate target). In my view, however, low unemployment readings do not appear to be an indicator of substantially higher inflation to come.
The Regional Economist , Volume 25 , Issue 3

Journal Article
The long and winding road to regulatory reform

The Regional Economist , Issue Jul , Pages 3

Journal Article
Expected U.S. Macroeconomic Performance during the Pandemic Adjustment Period

St. Louis Fed President James Bullard recommends declaring a “National Pandemic Adjustment Period” and discusses three broad goals of macroeconomic policy during this period.
The Regional Economist , Volume 28 , Issue 1

Journal Article
What Do Financial Conditions Indexes Tell Us?

St. Louis Fed President Jim Bullard discusses the purposes of various financial conditions indexes and touches on the recent return of stress in financial markets.
The Regional Economist

The U.S. economic situation and regulatory reform

Delivered at A Day with the Commissioner, Nashville, TN, 12 May 2010
Speech , Paper 151

Can the FOMC Achieve a Soft Landing in 2020?


The optimal inflation target in an economy with limited enforcement

Presented at Indiana University.
Speech , Paper 166

Optimal Monetary Policy for the Masses: a presentation at the University of Birmingham, Birmingham, United Kingdom

We study nominal GDP targeting as optimal monetary policy in a simple and stylized model with a credit market friction. The macroeconomy we study has considerable income inequality, which gives rise to a large private sector credit market. There is an important credit market friction because households participating in the credit market use non-state contingent nominal contracts (NSCNC). We extend previous results in this model by allowing for substantial intra-cohort heterogeneity. The heterogeneity is substantial enough that we can approach measured Gini coefficients for income, financial ...
Speech , Paper 318



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