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A singular achievement of recent monetary policy

September 20, 2012. Presentation. "A Singular Achievement of Recent Monetary Policy." Presented at Theodore and Rita Combs Distinguished Lecture Series in Economics, University of Notre Dame.
Speech , Paper 204

Permazero in Europe? : a presentation at International Research Forum on Monetary Policy, Ninth Conference, Frankfurt am Main, Germany, March 18, 2016.

St. Louis Fed President James Bullard discussed recent neo-Fisherian ideas and what they might mean for the G-7 countries during a presentation to the International Research Forum on Monetary Policy in Frankfurt, Germany. He explored a scenario in which zero or near-zero policy rates remain over the medium term and also discussed implications of such a scenario for future monetary policy.
Speech , Paper 263

The U.S. economic situation and regulatory reform

Delivered at A Day with the Commissioner, Nashville, TN, 12 May 2010
Speech , Paper 151

Can the FOMC Achieve a Soft Landing in 2020?


The optimal inflation target in an economy with limited enforcement

Presented at Indiana University.
Speech , Paper 166

Optimal Monetary Policy for the Masses: a presentation at the University of Birmingham, Birmingham, United Kingdom

We study nominal GDP targeting as optimal monetary policy in a simple and stylized model with a credit market friction. The macroeconomy we study has considerable income inequality, which gives rise to a large private sector credit market. There is an important credit market friction because households participating in the credit market use non-state contingent nominal contracts (NSCNC). We extend previous results in this model by allowing for substantial intra-cohort heterogeneity. The heterogeneity is substantial enough that we can approach measured Gini coefficients for income, financial ...
Speech , Paper 318

The outlook: Mississippi and the nation

Presentation to the Northeast Mississippi Economic Forecast Conference, Jan. 20, 2005
Speech , Paper 9

Interview With St. Louis Fed President James Bullard

Last week’s jobs report demonstrated the ongoing strength of the U.S. economy and underscored the need for the Federal Reserve to rein in its stimulus efforts, a Fed official said Tuesday. St. Louis Federal Reserve Bank President James Bullard said that Friday’s report, which showed a healthy gain of 943,000 jobs last month, means the economy is making sufficient progress to start reducing, or tapering, the Fed’s $120 billion in monthly bond purchases. Those purchases, which began last March during the pandemic recession, are intended to lower longer-term interest rates and bolster the ...

Does Low Inflation Justify a Zero Policy Rate?

November 14, 2014. Presentation. "Does Low Inflation Justify a Zero Policy Rate?" St. Louis Regional Chamber Financial Forum, St. Louis.
Speech , Paper 241

The Prospects for Disinflation in 2023

St. Louis Fed President Jim Bullard presented “The Prospects for Disinflation in 2023” at an event hosted by CFA Society St. Louis. Disinflation refers to a decrease in the rate of inflation toward the Fed’s 2% inflation target.Bullard noted that GDP growth appears to have improved in the second half of 2022 and the labor market performance remains strong. Inflation remains too high but has declined recently, he added.While the policy rate is not yet in a zone that may be considered sufficiently restrictive, it is getting closer, Bullard said. In addition, front-loaded Fed policy has ...




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