Hanke, Steve H.
May 2009
Forbes Asia;5/11/2009, Vol. 5 Issue 8, p59
The article presents the author's opinion on the role of the U.S. Federal Reserve in the recession. He is of the opinion, that in the search for the people responsible for the current financial troubles, among bankers, financers and regulators, it is the Federal Reserve that remains noticed. He puts an equal blame on the faulty policies adopted by the Federal Reserve, its chairman Ben S. Bernanke and his predecessor. He also comments on the fixation of the department on the risk of deflation.


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