Book notes: The power and independence of the Federal Reserve, by Peter Conti-Brown


Peter Conti-Brown, The power and independence of the Federal Reserve, Princeton University Press, 2016, 368 pages

Peter Conti-Brown, an assistant professor of legal studies and business ethics at The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, has a background in both law and financial history. Here, he applies both those perspectives to argue for material changes to the governance of the US Federal Reserve System.

Conti-Brown wants to reach out to as many people as possible that are

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