Booknotes: The Federal Reserve and the Financial Crisis

The Federal Reserve and the Financial Crisis by Ben Bernanke

Ben S Bernanke, The Federal Reserve and the Financial Crisis, Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2013, pp. 134

This volume is based on the transcripts of four lectures, as well as of responses to student questions, from a series delivered by the chairman of the Federal Reserve Board at George Washington University in the spring of 2012. It is a strikingly lucid exposition to a general audience of the Federal Reserve’s response to the financial crisis: the aim is to demystify the Fed

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