After Greenspan: whither fed policy?
Presentation to the Western Economic Association International Conference (WEAI), San Francisco, July 6, 2005
A perspective on U.S. international capital flows
This article was originally presented as a speech at the Tucson Chapter of the Association for Investment Management Research (AIMR), Tucson, Arizona, November 14, 2003.
Market bailouts and the \\"Fed put\\"
This article was originally presented as a speech at the Cato Institute, Washington, D.C., November 30, 2007.
\\"Core\\" or \\"total\\" inflation: which is the Fed's focus?
Presentation before the Junior Achievement of Arkansas Inc, Little Rock, Ark., Feb. 16, 2006
Agriculture outcomes and monetary policy actions: Kissin' cousins?
U.S. agriculture is a spectacular success story of high productivity growth maintained over an amazingly long period of time. Nevertheless, the industry today suffers from the same problems it has always suffered from: droughts, locusts and market disruptions. In this article, Kevin Kliesen and William Poole explain how monetary policy can contribute to a healthy agriculture sector. The reality is that the fundamental economic forces controlling the destiny of agriculture-high productivity growth, the hazards of nature, the low price and income elasticities of demand, and the instability of ...
The Federal Reserve as a democratic institution
The Hutchinson Lecture, University of Delaware, Newark, Del. - April 28, 1999
Reflections of a monetary policymaker
Milton and money stock control
Milton Friedman Luncheon, University of Missouri-Columbia, Columbia, Mo., July 31, 2007
Greece and the Euro
Global Interdependence Center, Annual Black Tie Gala in Celebration of Greece, Philadelphia, Penn., July 25, 2007