Category Archives: Symposium on Peter Conti-Brown’s The Power and Independence of the Federal Reserve

Maybe the Federal Reserve Banks Are Constitutional After All, by Daniel Hemel

by Daniel Hemel — Monday, Apr. 4, 2016

Thanks to Chris Walker for organizing this online symposium, to the editors of the Yale Journal on Regulation for hosting it on their site, and—most of all—to Peter Conti-Brown for writing a brilliant book. In this post, I’ll take issue with one of Peter’s conclusions—that “the [Federal] Reserve Banks are almost certainly unconstitutional” (p. 107)—but […]

Introduction: Symposium on Peter Conti-Brown’s The Power and Independence of the Federal Reserve

by Chris Walker — Monday, Apr. 4, 2016@chris_j_walker

I’m excited to announce that over the next week or so we will be hosting an online symposium reviewing my co-blogger Peter Conti-Brown’s important new book The Power and Independence of the Federal Reserve , which was just published by the Princeton University Press. Here’s an overview of the book from the publisher’s website: The […]