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Marvin Goodfriend was a senior vice president and policy advisor in the Research Department from 1993 to 2005. Goodfriend also served as director of research from 1993 to 1999. He is currently an economics professor at Carnegie Mellon University.

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Paper Title Author(s)
01-2
April 2001
The Case for Price Stability Marvin Goodfriend
Robert G. King
01-1
January 2001
Financial Stability, Deflation, and Monetary Policy Marvin Goodfriend
00-3
August 2000
Overcoming the Zero Bound on Interest Rate Policy Marvin Goodfriend
99-4
July 1999
The Role of a Regional Bank in a System of Central Banks Marvin Goodfriend
99-2
March 1999
Limited Commitment and Central Bank Lending Marvin Goodfriend
Jeffrey M. Lacker
99-1
January 1999
Industrial Development and the Convergence Question Marvin Goodfriend
John McDermott
98-5
June 1997
The New Neoclassical Synthesis and The Role of Monetary Policy Marvin Goodfriend
Robert G. King
97-4
April 1997
A Framework for the Analysis of Moderate Inflations Marvin Goodfriend
94-2
January 1994
Early Development Marvin Goodfriend
John McDermott
91-6
June 1991
Information-Aggregation Bias Marvin Goodfriend
90-6
August 1990
Interest Rates and the Conduct of Monetary Policy Marvin Goodfriend
89-3
August 1989
Money, Credit, Banking, and Payments System Policy Marvin Goodfriend
88-5
February 1988
Central Banking Under the Gold Standard Marvin Goodfriend
88-1
April 1988
Financial Deregulation, Monetary Policy, and Central Banking Marvin Goodfriend
Robert G. King
87-3
July 1986
Interest Rate Smoothing and Price Level Trend-Stationarity Marvin Goodfriend
86-4
July 1986
Interest Rate Smoothing and Price Level Trend-Stationarity Marvin Goodfriend
86-3
July 1986
Theoretical Analysis of the Demand for Money Bennett T. McCallum
Marvin Goodfriend
85-7
August 1985
Monetary Mystique: Secrecy and Central Banking Marvin Goodfriend
85-1
January 1985
Base Drift and the Longer Run Growth of M1: Experience From a Decade of Monetary Targeting J. Alfred Broaddus, Jr.
Marvin Goodfriend
84-4
September 1984
A Weekly Perfect Foresight Model of the Nonborrowed Reserve Operating Procedure Marvin Goodfriend
Gary Anderson
Anil Kashyap
George Moore
Richard D. Porter
83-3
March 1983
Measurement Error and a Reinterpretation of the Conventional Money Demand Regression Marvin Goodfriend
83-1
January 1983
A Historical Assessment of the Rationales and Functions of Reserve Requirements Marvin Goodfriend
Monica Hargraves
81-2
September 1981
Discount Window Borrowing, Monetary Policy, and the Post-October 6, 1979, Federal Reserve Operating Procedure Marvin Goodfriend
79-5
September 1979
An Alternate Method of Estimating the Cagan Money Demand Function in Hyperinflation Under Rational Expectations Marvin Goodfriend
79-2
March 1979
A Note on the Neutrality of Temporary Monetary Disturbances Marvin Goodfriend
Robert G. King