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Author:Fisher, Richard W. 

Journal Article
President's perspective

An upturn in our nation?s housing market is especially welcome amid the tepid economic recovery.
Southwest Economy , Issue Q3 , Pages 2

Roadblocks to recovery (with apologies to W. H. Auden and Gershon Bleichroder)

"While it appears urgent, if not agreeable, to use massive public spending to stimulate an economy under duress, an economy cannot sustain long-term growth under the weight of significant fiscal burdens." ; Remarks before the World Affairs Council of Dallas/Fort Worth, Dallas, Texas, February 10, 2010.
Speeches and Essays , Paper 22

Review, reflect and deflect (with reference to the Texas ratio, 'super-spreaders' and three great newspapers)

Remarks before the Independent Bankers Association of Texas Annual Convention, San Antonio, Texas, September 23, 2013 ; "Doing nothing at this [FOMC] meeting would increase uncertainty about the future conduct of policy and call the credibility of our communications into question."
Speeches and Essays , Paper 136

Journal Article
President's perspective

In total, the state gained 272,300 jobs in 2013, a 2.5 percent annual growth rate that outpaced the national average by 0.8 percentage points.
Southwest Economy , Issue Q1 , Pages 1-1

Fiscal issues: from here to eternity (with apologies to Burt Lancaster, Deborah Kerr and Donna Reed)

Remarks before the Equipment Leasing and Finance Association Financial Institutions Conference, Irving, Texas, April 16, 2007 ; "Yes, we remain the biggest player on the global stage, but if we fail to get our fiscal house in order, we could bequeath our descendants unconscionable debt and slow the global economy to boot. Is that to be our legacy?"
Speeches and Essays , Paper 49

Journal Article
President's perspective

Dallas Fed President Richard W. Fisher discusses economic conditions in Texas, and the specialized tools used by the Dallas Research Department to analyze the Texas economy.
Southwest Economy , Issue Q3 , Pages 2

A perspective on the U.S. Economy and monetary policy (with reference to the music of Richard Wagner and Gangsta Rap)

Remarks before New Mexico State University's Spring 2011 Domenici Institute Forum, Las Cruces, New Mexico, May 4, 2011 ; I will keep my comments as brief as possible this afternoon so as to leave ample time for Q&A. I want to first provide the prcis of the analysis of the nation?s economy that I presented to the FOMC (Federal Open Market Committee) last week on behalf of the 27 million citizens of the 11th District of the Federal Reserve System, including the citizens of Las Cruces and southern New Mexico. Second, I will discuss inflation as we see it at the Dallas Fed. But before getting ...
Speeches and Essays , Paper 89

Comments to the Harvard Club of New York City on monetary policy (with reference to Tommy Tune, Nicole Parent, the FOMC, Velcro, drunken sailors and Congress)

Remarks before the Harvard Club of New York City, New York, N.Y., September 19, 2012 ; "One of the most important lessons learned during the economic recovery is that there is a limit to what monetary policy alone can achieve. The responsibility for stimulating economic growth must be shared with fiscal policy."
Speeches and Essays , Paper 122

A perspective on China

"In contemplating China, we need to look past carefully crafted images and deepen our understanding of her national interest. Failure to do so will be perilous." ; Remarks to a Working Dinner Sponsored by the Progress & Freedom Foundation, Aspen, Colorado, August 18, 2008.
Speeches and Essays , Paper 25

Forward guidance (with reference to Monty Python, Odysseus, Apollo, Paul Fisher, Deng Xiaoping and Mario Draghi's Old Man)

Those who think we can be more specific in stating our intentions and broadcasting our every next move with complete certainty are, in my opinion, clinging to the myth that economics is a hard science and monetary policy a precise scientific procedure rather than the applied best judgment of cool-headed, unemotional decision-makers.
Speeches and Essays , Paper 147




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