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Teaching the New Tools of Monetary Policy| 2021 Webinar

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Instructors have been teaching monetary policy the same way for decades: The Fed conducts open market operations (OMO) to move the federal funds rate higher and lower. However, that description has been out-of-date for over a decade. This presentation (recorded on August 26, 2021) describes the Fed’s current framework and offers teaching suggestions. Presented by Jane Ihrig (Federal Reserve Board of Governors) and Scott Wolla (Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis). Find teaching resources related to this topic here: https://www.stlouisfed.org/education/teaching-new-tools-of-monetary-policy

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Instructors have been teaching monetary policy the same way for decades: The Fed conducts open market operations (OMO) to move the federal funds rate higher and lower. However, that description has been out-of-date for over a decade. This presentation (recorded on August 26, 2021) describes the Fed’s current framework and offers teaching suggestions. Presented by Jane Ihrig (Federal Reserve Board of Governors) and Scott Wolla (Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis).



Find teaching resources related to this topic here: https://www.stlouisfed.org/education/teaching-new-tools-of-monetary-policy
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