Guest post: Sebastian Mallaby responds to Ben Bernanke

In this guest post, Sebastian Mallaby discusses how his research into Alan Greenspan’s life and career informed his belief that central banks should consider financial stability at least as important as price stability.
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In this guest post, Sebastian Mallaby discusses how his research into Alan Greenspan's life and career informed his belief that central banks should consider financial stability at least as important as price stability.

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Don’t clean — lean!

One of the reasons it’s fun to write about monetary policy is the lack of consensus. Within the field, no subject is as stimulating — or important — as the debate over how central bankers should think about the risks of financial excess.

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One of the reasons it's fun to write about monetary policy is the lack of consensus. Within the field, no subject is as stimulating -- or important -- as the debate over how central bankers should think about the risks of financial excess.

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Podcast: our chat with Sebastian Mallaby on Alan Greenspan

Alan Greenspan’s reputation over five decades in public life has gone through wilder swings than the value of technology stocks or Las Vegas real estate during his tenure as Federal Reserve chairman. Sebastian Mallaby has produced the definitive accoun…

Alan Greenspan's reputation over five decades in public life has gone through wilder swings than the value of technology stocks or Las Vegas real estate during his tenure as Federal Reserve chairman. Sebastian Mallaby has produced the definitive account of Greenspan's life, career, and the context in which he operated: The Man Who Knew. Mallaby recently came by the FT office to record a wide-ranging conversation about this accomplishment.

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