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Not Your Mother’s Central Bank

An analysis of the Fed and ECB along with TARP and QE. Have Central Bank principles been lost? By George A. Pieler & Jens F. Laurson. (07/24/2011)
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The Yuan Standard; Internationalization and Impending Inclusion in SDRs

Paper explores internationalization of the Yuan and its impending inclusion in Special Drawing Rights.  By Alex Davis.  (07/14/2015)

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IA Forum Interview: Dr. Laurence J. Kotlikoff

IA Forum discusses central bank issues and the economic recovery with Dr. Laurence J. Kotlikoff. (07/28/2011)
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IA Forum Interview: Dr. Joseph E. Gagnon

IA Forum discusses policies of the Fed and ECB as they look to address complexities of economic recovery with Dr. Joseph E. Gagnon, Peterson Institute of International Economics. (07/28/2011)
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IA-Forum Interview: Dr. Viral V. Acharya

Dr. Viral V. Acharya (New York Univ.) discusses monetary policies of the ECB and Fed toward addressing the financial crisis and economic recovery. (07/06/2011)
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IA Forum Interview: Dr. Viral V. Acharya

IA-Forum speaks with Dr. Viral V. Acharya about his book, Regulating Wall Street: The Dodd-Frank Act and the New Architecture of Global Finance. (04/07/2011)
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Monetary Policy in the United States and the ECB: The Institutional Context and Recent Policy Issues

Comparative analysis of monetary policies in the EU and U.S. By Dr. Stephen Williamson. (08/01/2009)

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View from Bulgaria: A Brief Look at Preparing for EU Accession and the Euro

Overview of Bulgaria and its preparation for accession into the EU and adoption of the Euro. By Desislava S. Chausheva. (IA-Forum, 7/26/2004)
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Every imaginable product and service has a price, and y (4/18/2016)

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Hutchins Roundup: Unemployment benefits, total factor productivity, and more

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Menu Mandates and Obesity: A Futile Effort

One provision of the Patient Protection and Affordable (4/13/2016)

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The Hutchins Center Explains: Negative interest rates

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What tools does the Fed have left? Part 3: Helicopter money

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Global Steel Overcapacity: Trade Remedy “Cure” Is Worse than the “Disease”

Domestic U.S. steel producers are exposed to unfairly l (4/11/2016)

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Cato University 2016

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Hutchins Roundup: Defense spending, unconventional monetary policy, and more

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EDITORIALS
How to Deal with the Chinese Exchange Rate

How should the U.S. effectively deal with the Chinese exchange rate? By Dr. David A. Phillips. (08/13/2012)
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Are 'Systemically Important' Institutions Too Big To Fail?

Authors argue institutionalizing TARP won't make financial firms more secure. By George Pieler and Jens F. Laurson. (first published in Forbes, 05/25/2011)
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European sovereign debt crisis wake up call for US?

Author argues that the US should look at Europe to avoid an economic disaster. By Andy Langenkamp. (02/25/2011)

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