Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Review

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JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2012 Vol. 94, No. 1

Persistent Macroeconomic Imbalances in the Euro Area: Causes and Consequences

In this paper, the authors document a growing divergence between current account imbalances in northern and southern euro area countries from 1992 to 2007. The imbalance occurred ...

How Good Are the Government’s Deficit and Debt Projections and Should We Care?

Each year, the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) publishes its Budget and Economic Outlook. The CBO’s deficit ...

Taylor-Type Rules and Total Factor Productivity

This paper examines the impact of a persistent shock to the growth rate of total factor productivity in a New Keynesian model in which the central bank does not observe the shock. The authors then ...

How Did We Get to Inflation Targeting and Where Do We Need to Go to Now? A Perspective from the U.S. Experience

The Federal Reserve is not formally inflation targeting. Nevertheless, it is commonly believed ...


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