ON-Lion Letter

Four U.S. Federal Reserve Bank presidents, distinguished economists and policymakers, and journalists from some of the world's most-prominent financial publications participated in the "Conference on Frameworks for Central Banking in the Next Century," organized by Bradley Prize recipient and Hoover Institution senior fellow John B. Taylor, in late May.

In his opening remarks, Taylor said the purpose of the conference was to “put forth and discuss a set of policy recommendations that are consistent with and encourage a more rules-based policy for the Federal Reserve, and would thus improve economic performance, especially in comparison with the past decade.”

It featured many leading economic minds participating in two panel discussions and seven paper discussions over the course of two days.

The Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation in Milwaukee supports Hoover's Working Group on Economic Policy, which is chaired by Taylor.

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