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Series:Annual Report  Bank:Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis 

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Are banks special?
AUTHORS: Corrigan, E. Gerald
DATE: 1982

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Economic prosperity: an eclectic view
AUTHORS: Corrigan, E. Gerald
DATE: 1983

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Formulating a consistent approach to monetary policy
1995 Annual Report essay
AUTHORS: Stern, Gary H.
DATE: 1996-03

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Meeting the challenges of a new banking era
AUTHORS: Carroll, Evelyn F.; Corrigan, E. Gerald
DATE: 1981

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A new law, a new era
AUTHORS: Corrigan, E. Gerald
DATE: 1980

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The transition to low inflation: progress and pressures
AUTHORS: Stern, Gary H.
DATE: 1984

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Playing by the rules: a proposal for federal budget reform
AUTHORS: Chari, V. V.; Miller, Preston J.
DATE: 1990

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The Industrial Revolution: past and future
"We live in a world of staggering and unprecedented income inequality," writes Nobel Laureate Robert Lucas in the 2003 annual report essay. Lucas goes on to use economic history to frame explanations and present possible solutions to this global quandary.
AUTHORS: Lucas, Robert E.
DATE: 2004-05

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Dichotomy becomes reality: ten years of Federal Reserve as regulator and competitor
1991 Annual Report essay
AUTHORS: Fernelius, Leonard W.; Fettig, David
DATE: 1991

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Achieving economic stability: lessons from the Crash of 1929
AUTHORS: Stern, Gary H.
DATE: 1987

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