Thinking about life after Greenspan

ARTICLE - America's interest rates came under the spotlight again on December 10th, when the Federal Reserve met for the last time this year. At the Fed, as well as at the Treasury department, attention is turning to regime change. This article speculates on what will happen when Alan Greenspan's fourth term in office expires in 2004.

First published by The Economist Global Agenda, 10 December.

Since John Snow, a rail-company boss, was picked this week to replace Paul O'Neill as America's treasury

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