Disagreement at the FOMC: the dissenting votes are just part of the story
Michael McCracken ()
The Regional Economist, 2010, issue Oct, 10-16
Recently released data on economic forecasts made by voting and nonvoting members of the FOMC suggest that there is more disagreement than the voting record indicates.
Keywords: Federal Open Market Committee; Monetary policy (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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