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Proceedings from Conference on “Fulfilling the Full Employment Mandate – Monetary Policy & The Labor Market” ”

 

 

Should Full Employment Be a Mandate for Central Banks?

Eric S. Rosengren
Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
Full Employment as a Guide for Monetary Policy
Christopher Erceg and Andrew Levin
International Monetary Fund
Assessing the Natural Rate of Unemployment
Giovanni Olivei and Fabià Gumbau-Brisa
Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
Wage Adjustment and Full Employment in a Low Inflation Environment 
Bart Hobijn and Mary Daly
Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
The Effects of Macroeconomic Shocks on Well-Being
David Blanchflower and David Bell
Dartmouth College-University of Stirling
The Scarring Effect of Unemployment Spells
Daiji Kawaguchi and Tetsushi Murao
Hitotsubashi University
Macroeconomic Evidence on the Longer Term Effects of Business Cycles
Antonio Fatás and Ilian Mihov
INSEAD

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