Kansas City Fed Meetings Papers Available

The papers and agenda from this year’s Kansas City Fed meetings at Jackson Hole are now up. Why they can’t post the agenda before the event, I have no idea. What, are they worried that economists won’t show without a little program suspense? Yeesh.

Anyway, follow the link to the papers. I am personally fond of William Buiter’s punchy (and long) effort, as well as Alan Blinder’s rejoinder. Yves at NakedCapitalism has a typically thoughtful take on the Blinder/Buiter contretemps.

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