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Fiscal policy. Oy! (with reference to Ben Bernanke, Ken Arrow, Thomas Jefferson, William Shakespeare and the Oracle of Omaha)


  • Richard W. Fisher


Remarks at the 2013 National Association for Business Economics Conference, Houston, TX, May 16, 2013 ; "I have advocated that we should begin to reef in the sails, beginning with our MBS purchase program. In my view, the housing market is on a self-sustaining path and does not need the same level of impetus we have been giving it."

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  • Richard W. Fisher, 2013. "Fiscal policy. Oy! (with reference to Ben Bernanke, Ken Arrow, Thomas Jefferson, William Shakespeare and the Oracle of Omaha)," Speeches and Essays 131, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas.
  • Handle: RePEc:fip:feddsp:131

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