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What’s the gold standard, and why does the US benefit from...

Michael Klein, Tufts University The phrase “the gold standard” means, in common parlance, the best available benchmark – as in double-blind randomized trials are the...

How Trump’s nominee for the Fed could turn central banking on...

Jay L. Zagorsky, The Ohio State University President Donald Trump on July 10 nominated Randal Quarles to be one of the seven governors of the...

As Fed ‘returns to normal,’ is the risk of recession rising?...

Sheila Tschinkel, Emory University and William D. Lastrapes, University of Georgia Editor’s note: The Federal Reserve’s policy-setting committee raised its benchmark interest rate by a...

Why interest rates are taking divergent paths in Europe and the...

Jagjit Chadha, University of Kent The prospect that the central banks of the US and the eurozone will soon make opposing moves on policy rates...

What will the next financial crisis look like – and are...

By Barry Eichengreen, University of California, Berkeley The subprime crisis and the subsequent failure of Lehman Brothers came as such a shock – and the...

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