The Effects of Policy Guidance on Perceptions of the Fed's Reaction Function

Katherine Femia, Steven Friedman, and Brian Sack
Staff Reports, Number 652, November 2013

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Katherine Femia
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“The Effects of Policy Guidance on Perceptions of the Fed’s Reaction Function”
Katherine Femia, Steven Friedman, and Brian Sack

Steven Friedman
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