Political Economy of the Fed’s Unconventional Monetary and Credit Policies

Originally published in Cato

Most textbooks and professional literature on monetary policy assume that the Federal Reserve seeks only to promote the public interest. Many of the Fed’s actions over the past decade, particularly those actions that show signs of favoritism to particular firms, however, are difficult to square with that assumption.

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