11/25/13 09:01 AM
(online.wsj.com) In an interview at The Wall Street Journal's CEO Council conference, the former Treasury secretary talks about how Washington needs to focus less on deficits and more on the power of economic growth.
By Joseph Lawler | 11/14/13 05:32 AM
As a star economist and vice chairman of the Federal Reserve since 2010, Janet Yellen had a compelling claim to succeed Ben Bernanke as Fed chairman. But it was political machinations that led to her nomination for the top job.
By Joseph Lawler | 10/24/13 11:25 AM
Harvard professor Larry Summers struck an unusually aggressive liberal tone Thursday morning, denouncing the "austerity" of the past few years as "a grievous error" and calling for increased government stimulus.
By Joseph Lawler | 10/23/13 02:12 PM
Janet Yellen, President Obama's nominee for Federal Reserve chairman, is generally viewed as a “dove” --someone who, all else equal, prefers looser money and tolerates slightly higher inflation.
By Charlie Spiering | 12/04/13
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By Byron York | 12/05/13