Symposium heralds a move to relying on incoming data and judgement, rather than rules or even formal models, to hit inflation targets, writes Barry Eichengreen
Fischer has had a profound impact on monetary economics and central banking during his prolific career
Former Fed staff offer mixed reactions to AIT; most call for more refined communication
Leading academics and economists weigh the competency of the top candidates for the Fed job – and how likely they are to win Trump’s favour
Fed president says fall in rate means central banks should work together to review their mandates
The governor values how Taylor rule has provided policy guidance, becoming important benchmark
John Taylor says he would “likely have done other things” if not encouraged by Allan Meltzer
John Taylor writes about economist who defied tradition and had major influence on central bank policy
Fed vice-chair says policy committees have strengths that rule-following lacks
The Stanford University professor believes rules-based policy could restore global stability
Return to more “rule-like” policy-making could help bring easing cycle to an end
Stanford University professor proposes global 'rules of the game'
Stanford professor John Taylor questions Fed’s communications
Study draws on survey data collected by Philadelphia Fed since 1995
Independence no substitute for rules-based policy
In this wide-ranging interview, the former chief economist of the IMF discusses the likely fallout from the unsustainable US deficits, the dollar's hegemony, the Fund's failings, the weak spots in the global economy and the future of central banks.