In an extensive interview published this week, Federal Reserve governor Ben Bernanke talks about inflation targeting, asset bubbles, the Great Depression and other topics. He suggests the introduction of a number or a numerical range for inflation in the US would have significant marginal benefits relative to current practice. Bernanke also says economics is a very difficult subject, comparing it to trying to learn how to repair a car when the engine is running.
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