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The Federal Reserve’s Role in Full Employment: Part Four— Policy Options to Fix the Jobs

This is the final part of a four part series on the Federal Reserve and its role in Fixing the Jobs. Here are Part One, Part Two, and Part Three. The Federal Reserve has multiple options going forward in regards to policies that

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The Federal Reserve’s Role in Full Employment: Part Three— Monetary Intervention and Market Responses

This is the third part of a four part series on the Federal Reserve and its role in Fixing the Jobs. Here are Part One and Part Two. The U.S Federal Reserve is an enormously influential player in today’s economy. For many Americans,

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The Federal Reserve’s Role in Full Employment: Part Two—Fed Policy from the Great Recession to Present

This is the second part of a four part series on the Federal Reserve and its role in Fixing the Jobs. Part One can be found here. The Federal Reserve is the institution with the most power to steer the economy

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The Federal Reserve’s Role in Full Employment: Part One—History and Structure of the Fed

This is the first part of a four part series on the Federal Reserve and its role in Fixing the Jobs The Federal Reserve System—responsible for creating and executing the monetary policy of the United States—is the institution with the

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John Makin Says Fix the Growth

This is part of the series highlighting supporters of pro-jobs policies. An updated list of supporters can be found here. And to be clear, Fix the Growth means Fix the Jobs. John Makin is a resident scholar and monetary policy expert at the American

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Worthwhile Reads – Link Round-up for June 27th

On a government policy, James Pethokoukis covers US Treasury Secretary Jack Lew’s speech to the Economic Club of New York and the realization that low growth may be a new normal unless something is done to get back to the old growth

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Worthwhile Reads – Link Round-up for May 20

What Would Milton Friedman Do? “‘When your inflation forecast fails for 5 straight years, perhaps it’s time to change your inflation model” by Michael Darda via James Pethokoukis “When your inflation forecast fails for five consecutive years perhaps it’s time to

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Student Loans, Wages, and Inflation

As the college school year comes to an end many people will be graduating and looking for a job. These new graduates will be faced with a difficult job market where they encounter the distinct possibility of being underemployed. Of

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Worthwhile Reads – Link Round-up for May 1

Periodically, Fix the Jobs will be sharing links from around the Internet in the previous week that tell the story of America’s job crisis and provide possible solutions. Should-reads: 1. “The American Middle Class Is No Longer the World’s Richest” by David Leonhardt

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Ryan Avent, of The Economist, Supports Zero Percent Interest Rates Until Full Employment

This is part of the series highlighting supporters of pro-jobs policies. An updated list of supporters can be found here. Ryan Avent, in a reaction to a Financial Times interview of San Francisco Fed President John Williams, has come out in support of overshooting the FOMC’s inflation

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