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Wednesday, April 5, 2017

The Most Dangerous Idea in Federal Reserve History

'The most dangerous idea in Federal Reserve history' seems to be making a comeback

Members of a past Federal Reserve Board. Flickr / Federal Reserve

Top Federal Reserve officials, including Chair Janet Yellen, have expressed concern that waiting too long to raise interest rates might force the Fed to tighten monetary policy even more quickly in the future, potentially tipping the economy into recession.

"Waiting too long to remove accommodation would be unwise, potentially requiring the FOMC to eventually raise rates rapidly, which could risk disrupting financial markets and pushing the economy into recession," Yellen said in February testimony, referring to the policy-setting Federal Open Market Committee.

This argument, akin to making the economy suffer now so that it won't do so later, doesn't hold logic. New research from the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco suggests policymakers have even less reason to worry, finding that "interest rates have stronger effects on the macroeconomy than previously understood."

This means "even a modest tightening cycle can have a substantial restraining effect on both inflation and economic activity," Òscar Jordà, a vice president in the San Francisco Fed's research department, wrote along with two coauthors.

The study avoids wading into "the timing or path of monetary strategy more deeply."

We don't have to, though.

The paper's findings are consistent with an influential 2013 article from Christina and David Romer of the University of California at Berkeley, titled "The Most Dangerous Idea in Federal Reserve History: Monetary Policy Doesn't Matter."

The Romers cite three major instances of Fed policy that are widely seen as mistakes and then go on to show that those errors arose from underestimating the potency of interest rates on the economy: 1) the Great Depression; 2) the Great Inflation of the 1970s; and 3) the Great Recession.

They argue "an unduly pessimistic view of what monetary policy can accomplish has been a more important source of policy errors and poor outcomes over the history of the Federal Reserve." As for the most recent mistake, according to the economists: "In the past few years, faced with high unemployment and a weak recovery, monetary policymakers believed that policy was relatively weak and potentially costly."

The whole notion that the Fed must use a "window of opportunity" to raise interest rates, popular on Wall Street, is dubious, a modern-day finance version of bleeding the patient to cure it. The Fed has raised interest rates twice since December, saying that low unemployment and weakened growth expectations mean inflation could finally be creeping higher. Yet persistently low inflation means the Fed can afford to wait for a better labor market and rising wages and should do so before tightening policy further.

That’s especially true given an increasingly uncertain policy outlook under the presidency of Donald Trump.



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