TITLE

Does the Fed Contribute to a Political Business Cycle?

AUTHOR(S)
Abrams, Burton; Iossifov, Plamen
PUB. DATE
December 2006
SOURCE
Public Choice;Dec2006, Vol. 129 Issue 3/4, p249
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
In contrast to findings of other studies, evidence is presented to support the existence of a Federal Reserve-induced political monetary cycle that corresponds to the U.S. presidential election cycle. Using various Taylor rules, we find support for the view that Fed policy turns significantly more expansionary in the seven quarters prior to the election, but only when the Fed chair and incumbent presidential party have partisan affiliations.
ACCESSION #
23070924

 

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