Peter Ireland, Mickey Levy, John Taylor, Mahmood Abhu Ghzalah, Jaclyn Anderson, Richard Anderson, Michael Bernstam, Steven Blitz, Michael Bordo, Nicolas Caramp, Jake Carney, Jimmy Chang, Jeffrey Clemens, John Cochrane, Sami Diaf, Randi Dewitty, Dixon Doll, James Dorn, Christopher Erceg, Andrew Filardo, Jared Franz, Matthew Friedman, Marcio Garcia, James Goodby, Larry Goodman, Tyler Goodspeed, Joseph Gruber, Gregory Hess, Robert Hetzel, Nicholas Hope, Drew Johnson, Ken Judd, Greg Kaldor, Marc Katz, Evan Koenig, Dick Kovacevich, Jeff Lacker, Ellen Mead, Michael Melvin, Axel Merk, Larry Meyer, Kana Norimoto, David Papell, Elena Pastorino, Kallum Pickering, Charles Plosser, Ned Prescott, Lawrence Schembri, Howard Schneider, Joseph Sternberg, Christine Strong, Derek Tang, Jack Tatom, Yevgeniy Teryoshin, Carl Walsh, Brian Wheaton, Mark Wynne


Mickey Levy, Chief Economist, Americas and Asia at Berenberg Capital Markets, and Peter Ireland, the Murray and Monti Professor in the Economics Department at the Morrissey College of Arts & Science at Boston College, discussed “ ‘Substantial Progress,’ Temporary vs Persistent and the Appropriate Calibration of Monetary Policy.”

John Taylor, the Mary and Robert Raymond Professor of Economics at Stanford University and the George P. Shultz Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution, was the moderator.

To read the paper, click here.
To read the slides, click here.


Topic: “Substantial Progress,” Temporary vs Persistent and the Appropriate Calibration of Monetary Policy
Start Time: September 29, 2021, 12:15 PM PT

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