Financial innovation: engine of growth or source of instability?
University of Illinois-Springfield, Springfield, Ill., March 6, 2008
Two views of international monetary policy coordination
March 27, 2014. Presentation. 17th Annual Asian Investment Conference, Hong Kong, China.
Reducing deflationary risk in the U.S.
Presented at Asset Prices, Credit and Macroeconomic Policies, Marseille, France.
Nominal GDP Targeting as “Optimal Monetary Policy for the Masses”
St. Louis Fed President James Bullard participated on a policy panel during a conference hosted by the Hoover Institution at Stanford University. The conference was titled ?Strategies for Monetary Policy: A Policy Conference,? and the policy panel focused on ?Monetary Strategies in Practice.? Chaired by Charles Plosser of the Hoover Institution, the panel also included San Francisco Fed President Mary Daly, Dallas Fed President Robert Kaplan and Cleveland Fed President Loretta Mester.
How to Extend the U.S. Expansion: A Suggestion: a presentation at the Real Return XII: The Inflation-Linked Products Conference 2018, New York, N.Y.
In New York, St. Louis Fed President James Bullard laid out a possible strategy for extending the U.S. economic expansion. The strategy relies on placing more weight on financial market signals, such as the slope of the yield curve and market-based inflation expectations, than is customary. He noted that many current approaches to monetary policy strategy continue to overemphasize the now-defunct empirics of the Phillips curve, whose inflation-unemployment relationship has largely broken down over the past two decades. ?Handled properly, current financial market information can provide the ...
Market responses to economic stress
Presentation to the Little Rock Downtown Rotary Club, Little Rock - Nov. 20, 2001
The FOMC: Ahead on Results, Behind on Rates
October 2, 2014. Presentation. "The FOMC: Ahead on Results, Behind on Rates." Tupelo, Miss.
Presentation to the Ozark Chapter of the Society of Financial Service Professionals, Springfield, Mo., Oct. 6, 2004