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Regional influences on monetary policy. SF Fed Branch Managers Robin Rockwood, Steve Walker, and Roger Replogle talk with President John Williams about ensuring the diverse industries and geographies within our District have a voice

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  • Robin Rockwood
  • Steve Walker
  • John C. Williams

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In our 2015 annual report, What We've Learned?and why it matters, we explain how voices from regional economies influence monetary policy decisions in Washington D.C. We describe how we network with business and community leaders and share an example of how monetary policy stimulus has encouraged business investment.

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  • Roger Replogle & Robin Rockwood & Steve Walker & John C. Williams, 2015. "Regional influences on monetary policy. SF Fed Branch Managers Robin Rockwood, Steve Walker, and Roger Replogle talk with President John Williams about ensuring the diverse industries and geographies ," Annual Report, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, pages 10-10.
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