In 1996, Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan had an exchange with Janet Yellen, then a member of the Fed’s Board of Governors, that presaged a major – and, I think, ill-advised – change in the central bank’s approach to managing the economy. Yellen asked Greenspan: “How do you define price stability?” He gave what I…
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