Do shifts in federal reserve policy regimes explain interest rate anomalies?
Journal of Macroeconomics
In October 1979 and October 1982 the Federal Reserve announced changes in operating procedures. Recent research suggests that unusual interest rate movements began prior to October 1979 and extend beyond October 1982, and thus, the changes in operating procedures may not be the primary source of these interest rate anomalies. We unexpectedly find support for this conclusion. We defined regime shifts as changes in the Fed's respose errant money growth, and we find that the Fed's response to errant money growth is not correlated with the unusual interest rate movements during this period. © 1995.
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Gamber, Edward N. and Hakes, David R., "Do shifts in federal reserve policy regimes explain interest rate anomalies?" (1995). Faculty Publications. 4268.