Unconventional: A New Policymaker

April 23, 2018

James Bullard became St. Louis Fed president in April 2008 just as the financial crisis was intensifying. “Most of what I knew about ordinary central banking was going out the window just as I moved on to the FOMC.”

In a series of conversations with Bank staff, he recently reflected on what has occurred at the St. Louis Fed as well as nationally and internationally over his first 10 years as president. These conversations became the basis for the Bank’s 2017 annual report.

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