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Assessment of Current Economic Conditions and Implications for Monetary Policy, July, 13, 2017


  • Kaplan, Robert S.

    (Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas)


An essay by Dallas Fed President Robert S. Kaplan from July 13, 2017. This essay provides a synopsis of President Kaplan's current views regarding economic conditions in the U.S., Mexico, and globally, and his thoughts regarding the appropriate stance of U.S. monetary policy.

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  • Kaplan, Robert S., 2017. "Assessment of Current Economic Conditions and Implications for Monetary Policy, July, 13, 2017," Speeches and Essays 170, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas.
  • Handle: RePEc:fip:feddsp:170

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    1. Martinez-Garcia, Enrique, 2017. "Good Policies or Good Luck? New Insights on Globalization and the International Monetary Policy Transmission Mechanism," Globalization Institute Working Papers 321, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas.
    2. Kabukcuoglu, Ayse & Martinez-Garcia, Enrique & Soytas, Mehmet A., 2017. "Exploring the Nexus Between Inflation and Globalization Under Inflation Targeting Through the Lens of New Zealand’s Experience," Globalization Institute Working Papers 308, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas.

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