Kansas City Federal Reserve Bank Economic Symposium At Jackson Hole


Susan Collins, dean of the University of Michigan, left, Richard... News PhotoArrival,Banking,Business,Businessman,Central Bank,Conference - Event,Corporate Business,Crisis,Debt,Economy,Federal Reserve,Finance,Government,Horizontal,Interest Rate,Jackson Hole,Janet Yellen,Moran - Wyoming,North America,Office,Politics,Recession,Research,Sponsor,Stock Market and Exchange,Susan Collins - Politician,The Americas,U.S. Treasury,USA,University of Michigan,WyomingPhotographer Collection: Bloomberg 2013 BloombergSusan Collins, dean of the University of Michigan, left, Richard Berner, director of the office of financial research for the U.S. Treasury, center, and Janet Yellen, vice chairman of the Federal Reserve, chat as they arrive at the Jackson Hole economic symposium, sponsored by the Kansas City Federal Reserve Bank, at the Jackson Lake Lodge in Moran, Wyoming, U.S., on Friday, Aug. 23, 2013. The U.S. central banks bond buying is a less potent tool for stimulating growth than policy makers believe, two economists said in a paper released today at a Federal Reserve conference. Photographer: Price Chambers/Bloomberg via Getty Images