Tag Archives: quantitative easing

Ultra-low interest rates

Read my latest Oxford University Press blog post on ultra-low rates.  The post is based on a presentation I will make at the SUERF/OeNB/BWG Conference on  “Asset-liability management with ultra-low interest rates,” at the Austrian National Bank in Vienna on … Continue reading

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Interview with Ed Mitchell on Share Radio

Listen to my interview with Ed Mitchell on quantitative easing on London’s Share Radio.

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Quantitative easing comes to Europe

Read my latest Oxford University Press blog post on the European Central Bank’s decision to undertake quantitative easing.

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Time to go negative!

Since the outbreak of the subprime meltdown, the Federal Reserve has shown itself ready, willing, and able to adopt unconventional monetary policies in order to reverse the downturn ushered in by the financial crisis. Recent Fed innovations have included quantitative … Continue reading

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Zoellick’s confusing FT op-ed

Writing in the Financial Times, World Bank President Robert Zoellick argues for greater economic coordination among the G20 nations.  It was not clear from his op-ed exactly how coordinated a system he envisions.  On the one hand, he calls for … Continue reading

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Sailing to a stronger economy on the QE2

One of the nice things I have discovered about doing jury duty is that when it is all over, the judge usually comes in to thank the jurors for their service (or for coming down to the courthouse, if they … Continue reading

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