(This editor's note is cross-posted from the  Spring/Summer 2021 edition of the Cato Journal.) In 1996, Cato held its 14th Annual Monetary Conference, “The Future of Money in the Information Age.”  The proceedings, along with additional essays, appeared in a book with the same title in 1997. …

The Fall 2020 issue of the Cato Journal covers several key topics in monetary policy: (1) the risk to the Federal Reserve’s independence and credibility as it drifts into fiscal policy; (2) the effectiveness of negative interest rates as a tool of monetary policy; (3) the impact…

Vice Chair Clarida holds the Cato Journal

Cato’s Annual Monetary Conference last November hosted a “shadow review” of the Federal Reserve’s own self-review, dedicated to examining “whether the U.S. monetary policy framework can be improved to meet future challenges.” The articles in the spring/summer 2020 issue of the Cato Journal, drawn from that conference,…

Monetary Policy, MMT, Financial Inclusion, Cato Journal, Fed

The Fall 2019 edition of the Cato Journal, the Cato Institute’s interdisciplinary journal of public policy, is now available online. Readers of Alt-M will find the articles on monetary and financial topics of special interest.  Their topics range from financial inclusion, to macroprudential policy, to Modern Monetary…

Cato Journal, monetary policy, Cato 36th Annual Monetary Conference, James Dorn, new release

The Spring/Summer 2019 edition of the Cato Journal, the Cato Institute’s interdisciplinary journal of public policy, is now available online. This issue features papers from Cato’s 36th Annual Monetary Conference held last November, ten years after the financial panic of 2008. At that conference, leading scholars and policymakers discussed…