Interview with Fed's Bernanke

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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