Deliberating American Monetary Policy: A Textual Analysis examines the role and influence of deliberation in US monetary policy in two institutional settings - the decision making body itself (the Federal Open Market Committee) and the congressional oversight committees (House and Senate) over the period of the Great Inflation of the 1970s through the early days of the recent financial crisis.
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"FOMC," MIT Press Blog (20 November 2013)
Book Description and Data Appendices (MIT Press)
Alexander William Salter, in Public Choice (January 2014)
Peter Howells, in LSE Review of Books (March 2014)