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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Men, money & policy.
[Philadelphia] Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia 
|Named Person:||Karl R Bopp; Karl Richard Bopp|
|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Karl R Bopp; David P Eastburn; Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia.
|Description:||266 pages 24 cm|
|Contents:||About Karl R. Bopp, by J.A. Livingston and others.--Introduction, by W.M. Martin, Jr.--Impacts of theory on policy; the early years of the Federal Reserve Bank, by L.V. Chandler.--Some changes in ideas on central banking, by E. Wood.--Policy norms and central banking, by A. Sproul.--Reappraising the Federal Reserve discount mechanism, by R.C. Holland.--The 1966 credit crunch, by A. Hayes.--New standards for credit and monetary policy, by G.W. Mitchell.--Bank competition and monetary policy, by G.E. Noyes.--Commercial banking and the Federal Reserve; a record of misunderstanding, by W.W. Alexander.--New tools of monetary control abroad, by G. Garvy.--Making peace with gold, by R.A. Young.--Capital movements and balance-of-payments adjustment, by R.V. Roosa.--Currency crises; the record and the remedy, by F.L. Deming.--Economists and public policy, by C.E. Walker.--Central bank leaders and central bank credibility, by C.R. Whittlesey.--Central bankers; their attributes and development, by C.C. Balderston.--The role of the director; the ideal and the real, by W.J. Winn.--The Federal Reserve as a living institution; a prescription for the future, by D.P. Eastburn.|
|Other Titles:||Men, money and policy|
|Responsibility:||Edited by David P. Eastburn.|