Terms

Economic Policy

An economic policy is an approach intended to influence or control economic behavior. These policies are generally implemented and controlled by the government. It includes decisions made about government spending and taxation, and supply of money.

Entities

BritishAmerican Business
Continuum Economics
Doomberg
Llewellyn Consulting
Manhattan Institute
National Economic Council
Pantheon Macroeconomics
SGH Macro Advisors
Urban Institute

People

Adam Posen
Alan Tonelson
Allan Meltzer
Amity Schlaes
Amolo Ngweno
Andy Lees
Benjamin Friedman
Bill Janeway
Brad DeLong
Brett Messing
Bruce Bartlett
Charles Goodhart
Charles Sherry
Chris Brose
Claudio Borio
Damian Paletta
Daniel Ahn
Daniel Markey
Danielle Booth
David Adelman
David Higgins
Ed Campbell
Freya Beamish
Gene Sperling
Gene Steuerle
George Magnus
Gina Sanchez
Irene Finel-Honigman
Jack Farley
Jason Furman
Jason Trennert
Joan Johnson-Freese
John Stein
Jon Wolfsthal
Josh Lipsky
Joshua Landis
Julia Friedlander
Kevin Warsh
Lev Menand
Ludwig Mises
Magdalena Polan
Manmohan Singh
Mark Gallogly
Mark Skousen
Megan Greene
Mervyn King
Mike Boniello
Mike Castiglione
Mike Drury
Nicholas Callais
Nomi Prins
Rachel Ziemba
Rana Foroohar
Renè Aninao
Richard Thaler
Rick Rieder
Robert Johnson
Ron Insana
Rupert Harrison
Sal Mercogliano
Samuel Charap
Srinivas Thiruvadanthai
Stephen Cohen
Steve Odland
Teresa Ghilarducci
Thomas Philippon
Tony Fratto
William White
Yaron Brook

Publications

Money and the Coming World Order
A Country Is Not a Company
Arguing with Zombies
Bank Deregulation and Monetary Order
Day of Reckoning
Economic Growth in Japan and the U. S. S. R.
End the Fed
Ending Poverty
Essays on the Great Depression
Impostor
Inflation Targeting
Inflation Targeting
International Economics
Keynes's Monetary Theory
Making Aid Work
Mindful Money
Monetary and Economic Policy Problems Before, During, and After the Great War
Paper and Iron
Principles of Economics
Principles of Microeconomics
The 7 Deadly Innocent Frauds of Economic Policy
The Big Three in Economics
The Bill from the China Shop
The Confessions of a Monopolist
The Great Rebalancing
The Map and the Territory
The Next Economic Disaster
The Shock Doctrine
The Theory of Money and Credit
The Theory of Moral Sentiments
The Unfair Trade
When the President Calls