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Bruce Yandle calls for a rules-based monetary policy to get us off the Fed’s “recession roller coaster.”

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Bruce Yandle, a distinguished Mercatus Center adjunct professor of economics at George Mason University at US News and World Report, calls for “going to a gold standard or commodity money,” a fixed growth rate of the money supply, or a Taylor Rule to get us off the Fed’s “recession roller coaster.”

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