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Reforming culture for the long term : Remarks at the Banking Standards Board, London, United Kingdom
Remarks at the Banking Standards Board, London, United Kingdom .
Opening remarks at reforming culture and behavior in the financial services industry: workshop on progress and challenges
Opening Remarks at Reforming Culture and Behavior in the Financial Services Industry: Workshop on Progress and Challenges, Federal Reserve Bank of New York, New York City.
Unintended Consequences in School Accountability Policies
Over the past two decades, state and federal education policies have tried to hold schools more accountable for educating their students. A common criticism of these policies is that they may induce schools to “game the system” with strategies such as excluding certain types of students from computation of school average test scores. In this post, based on our recent New York Fed staff report, “Vouchers, Responses, and the Test Taking Population: Regression Discontinuity Evidence from Florida,” we investigate whether Florida schools resorted to such strategic behavior in response to a ...
Remarks at the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association’s Compliance and Legal Society Monthly Luncheon, New York City.
Remarks at the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association?s Compliance and Legal Society Monthly Luncheon, New York City.
Inflation Targeting: Securing the Anchor
Remarks at The Future of Inflation Targeting, Bank of England, London, U.K.
Presentation by Daleep Singh at Newsday and Long Island Association Webinar
Presentation delivered by Daleep Singh, Executive Vice President at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, at the Newsday and Long Island Association Webinar "Helping Long Island Businesses Survive Coronavirus" on April 22, 2020.
Central bank independence: what it is, what it isn’t – and the importance of accountability: remarks at the 2019 Annual Meeting of the Central Bank Research Association, Columbia University, New York, New York, July 19, 2019
Central banks need not have independence with respect to the what ? the end goals, which are set by the elected representatives. But central banks should have independence with respect to the how ? the means of getting there.