WASHINGTON, USA – Alan Blinder says cooperation between monetary and fiscal policy is crucial, but it’s not always the case.
Alan S. Blinder, former Fed vice chair and one of the world’s most influential economists has had a front-row seat to the changes in central banking over the past several decades.
Blinder is also a former member of the president’s council of economic advisors, and in his latest book, A Monetary and Fiscal History of the United States, 1961-2021, he recounts the conflicts and collaborations in fiscal and monetary policy that have shaped the United States economy. Blinder was invited to the IMF research department to discuss his book.
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Bruce Edwards, Producer, IMF Podcasts