Judy Shelton has advocated for drastically changing the way interest rates are set and going back to a Bretton Woods-type monetary system, policies she argued would set up optimal conditions for growth.
In an interview with Markets Insider, Shelton highlighted the importance of "fresh thinking" at the Fed.
"I think we have to say, what is the role of central banks in a productive economy?" she said. "And are they helping or hurting? I think it's legitimate to say, are they too dominant or does...
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