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Macro Musings with David Beckworth

Hosted by David Beckworth of the Mercatus Center, Macro Musings is a podcast which pulls back the curtain on the important macroeconomic issues of the past, present, and future.

info_outline Thorvald Grung Moe on the Life of Marriner Eccles and His Lasting Macroeconomic Legacy 09/28/2020
info_outline Carolyn Sissoko on the Collateral Supply Effect and Other Concerns in the Money Market 09/21/2020
info_outline Robin Harding on Abenomics and the ‘Japanification’ of Monetary Policy 09/14/2020
info_outline George Selgin on Average Inflation Targeting and *The Menace of Fiscal QE* 09/07/2020
info_outline BONUS: Employ America’s Webcast Panel on the Federal Reserve’s Updated Framework and Its Implications for Monetary Policy 09/02/2020
info_outline Scott Lincicome on the China Shock, Trade Policy, and US Labor Markets 08/31/2020
info_outline Jim Tankersley on the State of the Middle Class and How to Boost Economic Growth 08/24/2020
info_outline Vincent Grossmann-Wirth on the ECB in a Post-COVID Economy 08/17/2020
info_outline David Schleicher on the Municipal Trilemma and its Implications for the Current Crisis 08/10/2020
info_outline Jon Sindreu on Global Financial Flows and the Balance of Trade 08/03/2020
info_outline David Beckworth on Nominal GDP Targeting in the Wake of the COVID-19 Crisis 07/27/2020
info_outline Bill Nelson on the Fed’s Policy Tools in the Post-COVID Economy 07/20/2020
info_outline Jens Van’t Klooster on ECB Bond Purchasing and the Myth of Central Bank Neutrality 07/13/2020
info_outline Matthew Klein on Global Trade, Inequality, and International Conflict 07/06/2020
info_outline Stephen Kirchner on Australian Monetary Policy in the Wake of the Great Recession 06/29/2020
info_outline Daniela Gabor on Financial Globalization, Capital Controls, and the Critical Macrofinance Framework 06/22/2020
info_outline Darrell Duffie on Treasury Markets and the Post-COVID Path to Financial Stability 06/15/2020
info_outline Peter Stella on the Fed’s Off-Balance Sheet Transactions and Public Financing of the COVID-19 Crisis 06/08/2020
info_outline Adam Tooze on Dollar Dominance, the Eurozone, and the Future of Global Finance 06/01/2020
info_outline Alp Simsek on a Risk-Centric View of Demand, Recession, and Speculation 05/27/2020
info_outline Thomas Hoenig on Bank Capitalization and Fed Policy after COVID-19 05/25/2020
info_outline Scott Sumner on the Government’s Response to COVID-19 and the Future of Level Targeting 05/20/2020
info_outline Lev Menand on the Fed’s Lending Facilities and the Legal Concerns Surrounding Them 05/18/2020
info_outline Martin Hellwig on the Recent German Constitutional Court Ruling and Its Potential Eurozone Implications 05/13/2020
info_outline Nathan Tankus on Public Finance in the COVID-19 Crisis: A Consolidated Budget Balance View and its Implications for Policy 05/11/2020
info_outline Anat Admati on the Perils of Corporate Debt and How COVID-19 Relief Efforts Have Gone Wrong 05/06/2020
info_outline Kathryn Judge on the CARES Act and the Political Implications of Relief Efforts 05/04/2020
info_outline Jesus Fernandez-Villaverde on Central Bank Digital Currency and the Current Economic Responses to COVID-19 04/29/2020
info_outline George Selgin on the Fed-Treasury Relationship, New Lending Facilities, and the Fed’s Evolving Role in Response to COVID-19 04/27/2020
info_outline Mehrsa Baradaran on How COVID-19 is Exposing Existing Societal Wealth Gaps and Financial Access Challenges 04/22/2020
 
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