Greenspan's legacy - 'Greatest central banker'

This article published Monday looks at a paper presented at the recent conference held by the Kansas Fed in Jackson Hole. Although the paper criticises that "much of the secret of Greenspan's success remains a secret" - according to the article this is actually rebutted by a long list in the paper of the "principles" that underpin what they call the "Greenspan standard."

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