No formula for selecting Fed chair

With the US Senate having to confirm a new chair of the Federal Reserve's Board of Governors soon, this article published on Tuesday 20 September asks what is more important to formulating successful monetary policies, profound study of economics or years of experience in business or finance?

Click here to read the article "No formula for selecting Fed chair" on the Billings Gazette's website

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