Senior Fellow Edward Lazear discussed the economy on FOX News Sunday Morning Futures.
Yesterday I spoke at a panel on “Monetary Policy in the Future,” with Ben Bernanke and Gill Marcus at an IMF event Rethinking Macro Policy.
A new book on the future of the Federal Reserve comes at a pivotal moment for the central bank: the debate over how best to overhaul supervision of financial markets will intensify when lawmakers return from their August recess...
Michael J. Boskin, a senior fellow at the Hoover Institution and the T. M. Friedman Professor of Economics at Stanford University, discusses the big-picture items that will determine the United States’ economic future.
A fellow at the Hoover Institution and a professor of economics at New York University Stern School of Business, Michael Spence won the Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences in 2001. His latest book is The Next Convergence: The Future of Economic Growth in a Multi-Speed World.
STANFORD, Calif. — The combination of a persistently weak labor market and evidence of a little more inflation is prompting an increasingly vigorous debate among Federal Reserve officials about the future of the central bank’s stimulus campaign.
In thinking about the future of monetary policy, it’s important to consider legislative reforms and appointments, but it’s also important to consider the economic models that have come to be a key part of policy making in central banks. The Bank of Canada showed a great deal of vision last week when it invited economists and practitioners to discuss “Central Bank Models: The Next Generation.”
Economics Working Paper WP17104
In Across the Great Divide: New Perspectives on the Financial Crisis, Taylor and Baily Bring Forth Differing Viewpoints to Examine the Financial Crisis of 2008 and How to Avoid Future Crises
The Hoover Institution Press and Brookings Institution today released Across the Great Divide: New Perspectives on the Financial Crisis, edited by Hoover Institution Senior Fellow John Taylor and Brookings Institution Senior Fellow Martin Neil Baily.
Author of Life After Google: The Fall of Big Data and the Rise of the Blockchain Economy, George Gilder on the future of technology.
Recent polls show that President Obama continues to receive high style points, but that his policies are being less well received...
Etched into rocks along the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal near Washington, D.C., are subtle reminders of the greatest economic stimulus package in U.S. history - Franklin D. Roosevelt's New Deal...
John Taylor, the George P. Shultz Senior Fellow in Economics at the Hoover Institution and the Mary and Robert Raymond Professor of Economics at Stanford University, discusses the challenges facing the US economy and the need for rules-based policies to promote economic prosperity. (4:42)
Last week, after roughly two years of negotiations, the U.N. Security Council adopted a landmark agreement to curb Iran’s nuclear program.
The bipartisan budget bill just passed by Congress contains several provisions affecting Social Security disability insurance (DI) operations as well as Social Security finances generally.
An important part of the Fed’s normalization policy is to reduce its holdings of securities and thereby reserve balances—deposits of banks at the Fed—used to finance these holdings. As I argued when quantitative easing began in 2009, this reduction should be predictable and strategic. That view was given some empirical support by the “taper tantrum” in 2013, when Ben Bernanke abruptly said in a congressional hearing that the Fed’s purchases of securities would taper in “the next few meetings.”
Hoover Institution fellow Ed Lazear discusses the economic outlook for the US.