The Global Battle Over Central Bank Independence
January 4, 2013
As part of the NABE panel discussion "Federal Reserve Independence in the Aftermath of the Financial Crisis: Should We Be Worried?" at the AEA/ASSA annual meeting in San Diego, California, St. Louis Fed President James Bullard discussed central bank independence in the aftermath of the financial crisis.
Related News Articles:
- St. Louis Fed's Bullard fears for central bank independence, by Greg Edwards, St. Louis Business Journal.
- Fed's Bullard Says ECB Debt Buying Would Be Fiscal Policy, by Steve Matthews, Bloomberg.
- Plosser, Bullard Say Fed's Asset Purchases Contingent on Jobs, by Steve Matthews & Aki Ito, Bloomberg.
- Fed's Bullard blasts 'fiscalisation' of ECB, Central Banking.
- Fed hawks hint at early end to bond buying, CNNMoney.
- Bullard Says Central Bank, Fiscal Policy Line Blurred, by Michael S. Derby, Dow Jones.
- Federal Reserve State of Play, by Steve Beckner, Market News International.
- Fed's Bullard Sees Unemp in Low 7s End '13; Reason to 'Pause,' by Steve Beckner, Market News International.
- Fed's Bullard Warns vs 'Creeping Politicization' of Mon Pol, by Steve Beckner, Market News International.
- Jobless drop to put Fed in position to end QE3 in 2013: Bullard, Reuters.
- Fed's Bullard: Central banks have let independence slip, by Alister Bull and Ann Saphir, Reuters.
- Fed officials suggest possible end to asset purchases in 2013, by Ann Saphir and Alister Bull, Reuters.
- Bullard: Fed's Specific Guidance Likely to End When Rates Rise, by Michael S. Derby, The Wall Street Journal.