• Kenneth Rogoff


The 4% Non-Solution. Kenneth Rogoff, June 6, 2014, Opinion. "For some time now, there has been concern that central bankers have "run out of bullets." Having lowered their policy rates to near zero, they have engaged in increasingly extravagant measures such as "quantitative easing" and "forward guidance". Given the fog cast over real economic activity by the financial crisis, it is difficult to offer a definitive assessment of just how well or badly those measures have worked. But it is clear that there must be a better way to do things.There is no longer any reason to let the zero bound on nominal interest rates continue to hamper..." Link verified August 21, 2014