2002: Presidential Address Understanding Inflation: Lessons From my Central Banking Career

  • Harvey Rosenblum


The theme of NABE’s 2002 annual meeting was “Understanding Cycles and Shocks.” In light of what’s happened to the economy, to NABE, and to its membership since our 2001 annual meeting at the World Trade Center in New York ended prematurely last September 11, I can think of no better theme for the annual meeting.


Monetary Policy Federal Reserve Price Stability Phillips Curve North American Free Trade Agreement 
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  • Harvey Rosenblum
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  1. 1.Federal Reserve Bank of DallasUSA

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