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Lessons learned, convictions confirmed


  • Richard W. Fisher


"In theory, the Fed's monetary policy and regulatory functions are separate. In practice, they are anything but--rather, it is a symbiotic relationship. The past two years have highlighted the interconnections of monetary and regulatory policy: Monetary policy depends upon regulation that ensures the soundness of financial institutions." ; Remarks before the Council on Foreign Relations, New York City, March 3, 2010.

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  • Richard W. Fisher, 2010. "Lessons learned, convictions confirmed," Speeches and Essays 27, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas.
  • Handle: RePEc:fip:feddsp:27

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