English, Article edition: Productivity, the stock market and monetary policy in the new economy Evan F. Koenig

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  • Productivity, the stock market and monetary policy in the new economy
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  • Evan F. Koenig
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Notes
  • RePEc:fip:feddse:y:2000:i:jan:p:6-912:n:1
  • This presentation discusses productivity growth - what it is, why it's important, and evidence that it has recently been increasing. It also touches on the stock market and what it's saying about expectations for future growth in productivity. However, the bulk of the presentation is devoted to an analysis of the connection between productivity growth and monetary policy. The main point is that, for policymakers, whether productivity growth is high or low is less important than whether productivity growth is rising or falling. Rising productivity growth means good times for central bankers. It means the Federal Reserve can realistically hope to deliver low unemployment, rising wages, more rapid output growth, and - at the same time - falling inflation. Once productivity growth stabilizes - even if at a high level - policy choices become more difficult.
  • Productivity ; Stock market ; Monetary policy ; Economic conditions
  • RePEc:fip:feddin:y:1999:i:nov
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