KC Fed JH Papers

Some of the KC Fed Jackson Hole papers now up now up on the meeting website. More will likely get added later.

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

Assessing Current Trends in Global Growth

Author: DANI RODRIK
Professor, Harvard University
Discussant: PIER CARLO PADOAN
Deputy Secretary-General and Chief Economist, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development
General Discussion

Balancing Growth with Equity

Author: ESTHER DUFLO
Professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Discussant: KEVIN M. MURPHY
Professor, University of Chicago
General Discussion

 


Achieving Growth Amid Fiscal Imbalances

First Paper Author: STEPHEN G. CECCHETTI
Economic Adviser and Head, Monetary and Economic Department, Bank for International Settlements
Second Paper Authors: KATHERINE BAICKER
Professor, Harvard University
AMITABH CHANDRA
Professor, Harvard University
Discussant: MAYA MACGUINEAS
President, Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget
General Discussion

 


Managing Natural Resources in Developing Economies

Luncheon Address: PAUL COLLIER
Professor, Oxford University and Director, Centre for the Study of African Economies

 


Regulating Financial Markets and Institutions to Promote Growth

Author: ROSS LEVINE
Professor, Brown University
Discussant: RANDY S. KROSZNER
Professor, University of Chicago
General Discussion

 


Aligning International Capital Flows with Growth

Author: ESWAR S. PRASAD
Professor, Cornell University and Senior Fellow, Brookings Institution
Discussant: SUSAN M. COLLINS
Dean, Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy, University of Michigan
General Discussion

 


Setting Policy Priorities for Long-Run Growth

Panelists: BARRY EICHENGREEN
Professor,University of California, Berkeley
CHRISTINE LAGARDE
Managing Director, International Monetary Fund
JEAN-CLAUDE TRICHET
President,European Central Bank
General Discussion

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Comments

  1. mark says:

    Thanks so much! I recommend Cecchetti's paper most of all, although it is quite gloomy.