Publications by Type: Book Chapter

2002
Friedman, Benjamin M. 2002. “Threats to Future Effectiveness of Monetary Policy.” What the Future Holds: Insights from Social Science, edited by Cooper and Layard. Cambridge: MIT Press.
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2001
Friedman, Benjamin M. 2001. “Monetary Policy.” International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences. Oxford: Elsevier Science.
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2000
Friedman, Benjamin M. 2000. “Japan Now and the United States Then: Lessons from the Parallels.” Japan's Financial Crisis and Its Parallels to U.S. Experience, edited by Ryoichi Mikitani and Adam S Posen. nstitute for International Economics.
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Friedman, Benjamin M. 2000. “The Role of Interest Rates in Federal Reserve Policymaking.” The Evolution of Monetary Policy and the Role of the Federal Reserve in the Last Third of the Twentieth Century, edited by Kopcke and Browne. Federal Reserve Bank of Boston.
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Friedman, Benjamin M. 2000. “How Easy Should Debt Restructuring Be?” Managing Financial and Corporate Distress, edited by Charles Adams, Michael Pomerleano, and Robert E Litan. Brookings Institution Press.
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1999
Friedman, Benjamin M. 1999. “Policy Steps for Japan in Its Current Economic and Financial Crisis.” Toward the Restoration of Sound Banking Systems in Japan – Its Global Implications. Washington: International Monetary Fund.
1998
Friedman, Benjamin M. 1998. “Fiscal and Monetary Policies for Growth.” The Rising Tide, edited by Jasinowski. New York: John Wiley.
1996
Friedman, Benjamin M. 1996. “The Rise and Fall of Money Growth Targets as Guidelines for U.S. Monetary Policy.” Toward More Effective Monetary Policy, edited by Kuroda. London: Macmillan.
Friedman, Benjamin M. 1996. “Does Monetary Policy Affect Real Economic Activity?: Why Do We Still Ask This Question?” Monetary Policy in an Integrated World Economy, edited by Siebert. Tubingen: J.C.B. Mohr.
1994
Friedman, Benjamin M. 1994. “The Decline of Commercial Banking: Implications for Monetary Policy.” The Declining Role of Banking. Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago.
Friedman, Benjamin M. 1994. “Intermediate Targets Versus Information Variables as Operating Guides for Monetary Policy.” A Framework for Monetary Stability, edited by Wijnholds. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers.
1993
Friedman, Benjamin M. 1993. “The Role of Judgment and Discretion in the Conduct of Monetary Policy: Consequences of Changing Financial Markets.” Changing Capital Markets: Implications for Monetary Policy. Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City.
Friedman, Benjamin M. 1993. “The Role of Private Saving and Government Dissaving in Financing American Economic Development in the 1980s.” International Savings Flows and Capital Availability in the 1990s and Beyond. American Institute for Economic Research.
Friedman, Benjamin M, and Kenneth N Kuttner. 1993. “Why Does the Paper-Bill Spread Predict Real Economic Activity?” New Research on Business Cycles, Indicators and Forecasting, edited by Stock and Watson. University of Chicago Press.
1992
Friedman, Benjamin M. 1992. “How Does It Matter?” Business Cycles: Theories and Evidence, edited by Belongia and Garfinkel. Norwell: Kluwer Academic Publishers.
Friedman, Benjamin M. 1992. “Debt Management Policy, Interest Rates, and Economic Activity.” Does Debt Management Matter?, edited by Agell. Oxford University Press.
Fazzari,, and Papadimitriou. 1992. “Risks in Our High-Debt Economy: Depression or Inflation?” Financial Conditions and Macroeconomic Performance: Essays in Honor of Hyman P. Minsky, edited by Fazzari and Papadimitriou. M.E. Sharpe.
1991
Friedman, Benjamin M. 1991. “Views on the Likelihood of Financial Crisis.” Reducing the Risk of Economic Crisis, edited by Feldstein. University of Chicago Press.
1990
Friedman, Benjamin M. 1990. “U.S. Fiscal Policy in the 1980s: Consequences of Large Budget Deficits at Full Employment.” The Debt and the Twin Deficits Debate, edited by Rock. Mayfield Publishing Company.
Friedman, Benjamin M. 1990. “Is the Monetary Base Related to Income in a Robust Way?” Monetary Policy for a Changing Financial Environment, edited by Haraf and Cagan. Washington: American Enterprise Institute.

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