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Author:Rosenblum, Harvey 

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The U.S. economy: a brighter outlook after a bumpy ride

Southwest Economy , Issue Mar , Pages 1-4

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Fed intervention: managing moral hazard in financial crises

At the end of September 2008, U.S. policymakers had been working for more than a year to contain the shock waves from plunging home prices and the subsequent financial market turmoil. For the Federal Reserve, the crisis has given new meaning to the adage that extraordinary times call for extraordinary measures. The central bank has dusted off Depression-era powers and rewritten old rules to address serious risks to the global financial system.
Economic Letter , Volume 3

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Can low oil prices cripple the Texas banking system?

Southwest Economy , Issue May , Pages 1-7

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What reforms are needed to improve the safety and soundness of the banking system?

To further improve bank safety and soundness in the years ahead, the author makes two recommendations: that banks be examined and rated specifically on their organizational complexity and that systemically important banks that are too big to resolve quickly be recapitalized according to a model that is known in advance by their competitors and by the general public.
Economic Review , Issue Q1-2 , Pages 101-113

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Deregulation of the financial sector

Economic Perspectives , Volume 6 , Issue Fall

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Growth in the U.S. economy depends on stronger consumer spending

Southwest Economy , Issue Mar , Pages 1-4

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Breaking out of recession: gauging Texas’ response to Fed stimulus

From the time the U.S. recession began in December 2007 through the subsequent recovery, Texas and the Eleventh Federal Reserve District have outperformed the nation.While economic activity is better in Texas, it remains far from robust. And though Texas employment hasn?t fully reclaimed levels reached before the crisis, the other 11 Federal Reserve districts remain 3 to 8 percent below predownturn employment peaks as a postrecessionary disquiet lingers.
Southwest Economy , Issue Q3 , Pages 3-7

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Why Social Security should be privatized

Southwest Economy , Issue May , Pages 6-11

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Assessing the costs and consequences of the 2007–09 financial crisis and its aftermath

There are few estimates of what society gave up due to the crisis: Our conservative estimate is $50,000 to $120,000 for every U.S. household.
Economic Letter , Volume 8 , Issue 7

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Money and inflation in a deregulated financial environment

Economic and Financial Policy Review , Issue May , Pages 1-19



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