Prof. John B. Taylor

Published on
October 23rd, 2015
Topic
History, Monetary policy, Global Outlook
Duration
52 minutes
Asset class
Currencies, Cash, Bonds/Rates/Credit

Prof. John B. Taylor

The Interview ·
Featuring John B. Taylor

Published on: October 23rd, 2015 • Duration: 52 minutes • Asset Class: Currencies, Cash, Bonds/Rates/Credit • Topic: History, Monetary policy, Global Outlook

Prof. John B. Taylor, Professor of Economics at Stanford University, speaks with Dr. Pippa Malmgren on the state of the U.S. economy, focusing on the newfound consideration of China by the Federal Reserve, what a moneyless system may look like for the U.S. economy, and how to read Fed policy and forecasts in a confusing monetary environment.

Comments

  • T~
    Tshort63 ~.
    23 July 2016 @ 22:12
    I enjoyed this discussion. His bias and approach is consistent with academia. While I agree reflecting on policy changes is a good concept but analysis paralysis is the downside risk. I started my career in small business where the rubber meets the road and we responded in real time to real things, focusing on how to preserve our viability and not thinking about the 5 year 5year..
  • DV
    David V.
    1 February 2016 @ 21:23
    he lost me at " I studied economics at Princeton"
  • DS
    Dan S.
    17 December 2015 @ 13:53
    The problem with the Taylor Rule is it depends on input variables that are not measured well and in some instances outright massaged.
  • WM
    Will M.
    6 November 2015 @ 20:25
    I found Taylor thoughtful & measured in his comments rather than low energy. I guess an "academic" objected to Fred's 1st comment? I also thought it great to a expert question his own mental model.
  • db
    don b.
    25 October 2015 @ 20:48
    Let's talk about collusion between the Fed & White House, banks, media, regulators? Interview shows just how deeply we are entrenched in Keynesian post Glass-Steagall rigged world. How about an audit?
  • CH
    Calvin H.
    25 October 2015 @ 19:48
    Pippa, hopefully this will be the 1st interview of the new Fed Chair in 2017! You did not press him on ‘who’ is going buy the Fed’s assets? China?!? His energy level was pretty flat, good job w/yours.
  • VP
    Victor P.
    24 October 2015 @ 10:32
    "How democracy will respond"?!
  • CD
    Charles D.
    23 October 2015 @ 23:24
    Dr. Taylor should be the next Fed Chairman...not only is he seasoned...but he understands the difference between a good idea on paper and getting it implemented...Pippa is simply priceless.
  • RD
    Rob D.
    23 October 2015 @ 23:21
    Brilliant man--too bad he is not on the FOMC.
  • FS
    Fred S.
    23 October 2015 @ 15:41
    Excellent interview. I loved the part around 15:00 where Prof. Taylor recognized his own potential bias re extreme scenarios. Many academics don't do this. Brilliant interview! Thanks Pippa :)

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