This Summer Reading List Will Help You Decode Fed Speak

When Fed officials get wonky about growth theories, they often reference these books and papers

Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen on July 15, 2015, before the House Financial Services Committee hearing.

Photographer: Manuel Balce Ceneta/AP Photo

Federal Reserve officials keep up with the economic literature, and it has a way of creeping into their speeches. That’s been especially true lately, as policy makers grapple with fundamental questions about economic growth.

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