Anecdotes help Fed to steer the economy
William Poole () and
Howard Wall ()
The Regional Economist, 2002, issue Oct., 12-13
Formal data don't tell policy-makers everything they need to know about the economy. The Federal Open Market Committee also pays attention to anecdotes gathered from the front lines of business.
Keywords: Monetary policy; Federal Reserve System (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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