The global financial crisis is largely behind us, but it left challenges it posed to the stability of the world's financial system, to the well-being of families all over the globe and to the academic consensus on the way the economy works.� To describe those challenges and the lessons learned, the Hutchins Center on Fiscal and Monetary Policy at the Brookings Institution turned to front-line policymakers and some of their most prominent critics. This volume provides the papers the Hutchins Center commissioned-on unconventional monetary policy, on financial regulation, on the impact of the crisis on the independence of the Fed-and transcripts of a lively discussion of those issues.� It also includes an interview with Ben Bernanke, then in his final weeks at Fed chairman, by Liaquat Ahamed, author of the Pultizer-Prize winningLords of Finance.
Subjects: Finance, Economics, Business
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