Get Your Econo-Geek Groove on with KC Fed Jackson Hole Docs

You can now geek out on Kansas City Federal Reserve documents from the just-completed Jackson Hole econo-fest. Here are the documents that have now been posted: [-]


Opening Remarks BEN S. BERNANKE
Chairman, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System

Evaluating the Global Economic Recovery
Author: CARMEN M. REINHART
Professor, University of Maryland
Paper: After the Fall
Discussant: WILLIAM R. WHITE
Chairman, Economic Development and Review Committee, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development
General Discusssion

Incorporating Financial Factors into Macroeconomic Analysis
Author: LAWRENCE J. CHRISTIANO
Professor, Northwestern University
Paper: Monetary Policy and Stock Market Booms
Discussant: JOHN GEANAKOPLOS
Professor, Yale University
General Discussion

Inflation Dynamics in the Decade Ahead
Authors: JAMES H. STOCK
Professor, Harvard University
MARK W. WATSON
Professor, Princeton University
Paper: Modeling After the Inflation Crisis
Discussant: FRANK R. SMETS
Director General, Research, European Central Bank
General Discussion

Luncheon Address JEAN-CLAUDE TRICHET
President, European Central Bank
General Discussion

Rethinking Monetary Policy in Light of the Crisis
Author: CHARLES R. BEAN
Deputy Governor, Bank of England
Paper: Monetary Policy After the Fall
Discussants:

ALAN S. BLINDER
Professor, Princeton University

JOHN B. TAYLOR
Professor,Stanford University and Senior Fellow, Hoover Institution
General Discussion

Risks and Challenges of Large Fiscal Deficits
Author: ERIC M. LEEPER
Professor, Indiana University
Paper: Monetary Science, Fiscal Alchemy
Discussant: FRANCESCO GIAVAZZI
Professor, Bocconi University
General Discusson

Reconsidering the International Monetary System
Panelists: JOHN LIPSKY
First Deputy Managing Director, International Monetary Fund
MAURICE OBSTFELD
Professor, University of California, Berkeley
UMAYYA S. TOUKAN
Governor, Central Bank of Jordan

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