Just about everybody recognizes there are growing problems in the financial markets—that’s why the Fed is engaging in emergency operations to soothe the repo market, for example. Yet the conventional Keynesian models that ostensibly guide monetary policy are far too crude to handle the subtleties involved. Simply put, the economists running the Fed are better than their models. Even so, their task is an impossible one: No one should be in control of money and banking.
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