Macro Musings with David Beckworth

By Mercatus Center at George Mason University

Hosted by David Beckworth of the Mercatus Center, Macro Musings is a podcast which pulls back the curtain on the important macroeconomic issues of the past, present, and future.

  1. 1.
    Judge Glock on The Origins of the US Mortgage Market and Its Evolution to the Present Day
    1:01:01
  2. 2.
    Christina Parajon Skinner on Central Bank Activism
    55:32
  3. 3.
    Robert McCauley on the Global Domain of the Dollar and Threats to Its Dominance
    59:19
  4. 4.
    Antonio Fatás on Hysteresis and the Business Cycle
    56:26
  5. 5.
    Matteo Maggiori on the Global Capital Allocation Project, Exorbitant Privilege, and Dollar Runs
    58:33
  6. 6.
    Scott Skyrm on the Dynamics of the Repo Market in 2021
    47:31
  7. 7.
    Ed Nelson on Milton Friedman’s Legacy, the Quantity Theory of Money, and His Vision for a Money Supply Growth Rule
    57:13
  8. 8.
    Dan Awrey on *Unbundling Banking, Payments and Money*
    57:41
  1. 9.
    Chris Russo on Existing Fed-Treasury Tensions and Potential Solutions for Fixing Them
    56:28
  2. 10.
    Saule Omarova on Emergency Fiscal Facilities and the Missing Architecture of Government Finance
    58:16
  3. 11.
    Pat Parkinson on the 2020 Treasury Market Meltdown and How to Avoid a Potential Sequel
    56:37
  4. 12.
    Kathy Bostjancic on Priorities for the Fed in 2021 and Beyond
    48:47
  5. 13.
    Ricardo Reis on Central Bank Swap Lines, Fiscal Sustainability, and Outlooks for Inflation
    1:01:36
  6. 14.
    Robert Kaplan on the Fed’s New Framework, Inflation, and the Post-COVID Economy
    41:00
  7. 15.
    Daniel Griswold on US Demographic Decline and the Case for Expanding Immigration
    49:33
  8. 16.
    Sam Bell on Fed Policy, Personnel, and Politics in 2021
    50:43
  9. 17.
    Caleb Watney on *Cracks in the Great Stagnation* and How to Boost Economic Growth
    55:48
  10. 18.
    Scott Sumner on the Princeton School of Macroeconomics and Overcoming Inflationary Fears
    59:02
  11. 19.
    Josh Galper on Dealing with Climate Risk and Its Potential Impact on US Financial Markets
    52:29
  12. 20.
    Macro Musings Producer Special – Recapping 2020 and Looking Ahead to the Future
    41:18
  13. 21.
    Jeanna Smialek on the Year-End Review of 2020 Financial Markets, the Fed, and US Monetary Policy
    53:57
  14. 22.
    Ethan Ilzetzki on Exchange Rate Volatility, the ECB’s Strategy Review, and the Future of the Euro
    52:52
  15. 23.
    Governor Benjamin Diokno on BSP Policy and the Philippine Economy
    27:36
  16. 24.
    Sam Hammond and Brink Lindsey on *Faster Growth, Fairer Growth: Policies for a High Road, High Performance Economy*
    59:23
  17. 25.
    Bilal Hafeez on Inflation, Innovation, and Economic Recovery after COVID-19
    54:10
  18. 26.
    Adam Ozimek on the Past, Present, and Future of Remote Work in the Face of COVID-19
    51:40
  19. 27.
    Alan Cole on Monetary Policy for a Post-COVID Economy
    50:36
  20. 28.
    David French on Political Polarization in America and Its Impact on the 2020 Elections
    58:16
  21. 29.
    Michael Strain on the Differing Economic Policies of Trump vs. Biden
    38:11
  22. 30.
    Matt Ygelsias on *One Billion Americans*: New Ideas to Revitalize the American Economy
    1:01:03
  23. 31.
    Shruti Rajagopalan on the Past, Present, and Future of the Indian Economy
    1:06:40
  24. 32.
    Roberto Perli on Average Inflation Targeting and Improving the Fed’s Framework
    52:53
  25. 33.
    Megan Greene and Eric Lonergan on Dual Interest Rates and the Prospects of Average Inflation Targeting
    57:57
  26. 34.
    Thorvald Grung Moe on the Life of Marriner Eccles and His Lasting Macroeconomic Legacy
    1:02:11
  27. 35.
    Carolyn Sissoko on the Collateral Supply Effect and Other Concerns in the Money Market
    1:01:43
  28. 36.
    Robin Harding on Abenomics and the ‘Japanification’ of Monetary Policy
    53:22
  29. 37.
    George Selgin on Average Inflation Targeting and *The Menace of Fiscal QE*
    1:05:07
  30. 38.
    BONUS: Employ America’s Webcast Panel on the Federal Reserve’s Updated Framework and Its Implications for Monetary Policy
    58:39
  31. 39.
    Scott Lincicome on the China Shock, Trade Policy, and US Labor Markets
    1:01:34
  32. 40.
    Jim Tankersley on the State of the Middle Class and How to Boost Economic Growth
    1:04:33
  33. 41.
    Vincent Grossmann-Wirth on the ECB in a Post-COVID Economy
    59:41
  34. 42.
    David Schleicher on the Municipal Trilemma and its Implications for the Current Crisis
    1:04:38
  35. 43.
    Jon Sindreu on Global Financial Flows and the Balance of Trade
    1:03:11
  36. 44.
    David Beckworth on Nominal GDP Targeting in the Wake of the COVID-19 Crisis
    44:32
  37. 45.
    Bill Nelson on the Fed’s Policy Tools in the Post-COVID Economy
    59:17
  38. 46.
    Jens Van’t Klooster on ECB Bond Purchasing and the Myth of Central Bank Neutrality
    1:00:08
  39. 47.
    Matthew Klein on Global Trade, Inequality, and International Conflict
    1:04:07
  40. 48.
    Stephen Kirchner on Australian Monetary Policy in the Wake of the Great Recession
    1:00:11
  41. 49.
    Daniela Gabor on Financial Globalization, Capital Controls, and the Critical Macrofinance Framework
    1:04:12
  42. 50.
    Darrell Duffie on Treasury Markets and the Post-COVID Path to Financial Stability
    52:41

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