Paying more taxes and affording it less
Originally appeared in the Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis Review, July 1975
Are you protected from inflation?
Originally appeared in the Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis Review, January 1977
The monetarist controversy: a presentation
Originally appeared in the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco Economic Review supplement, Spring 1977
On cost-push theories of inflation in the pre-war monetary literature
Originally appeared in the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, Economic Review, May/June 1977
Nonbank lenders and the credit slowdown
Inflation expectations in the U.S.: a brief anatomy
originally appeared in the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia Business Review, July/August 1977, p. 3-12
All about the foreign exchange market in the United States
The focus of the book is on the U.S. segment of the global foreign exchange market. Chapters 1-3 describe the structure of the market and how it has changed. Chapters 4-6 comment on the main participant groups and the instruments that are traded. Chapters 7-8 look at foreign exchange trading from a micro, rather than macro, point of view - how an individual bank or other dealing firm sees things. Chapters 9-11 comment on some of the broader issues facing the international monetary system and how governments, central banks, and market participants operate within that system. This is followed ...