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Jeff Hummel on central bank's control over interest rates

In a new paper for the Mercatus Center, Jeff Hummel has criticised the common belief that central banks control interest rates. Utilising previous work that casts doubt on the strength of the liquidity effect, the global savings glut, and the impact of interst on reserves, the paper is highly recommended.

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