Statements and Speeches of Rudolph M. Evans
Rudolph M. Evans served as a member of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System from March 14, 1942, to August 13, 1954.
1942 to 1954
- Publications from the Board of Governors
- Public Statements of Members of the Board of Governors
- Statements and Speeches of Federal Open Market Committee Participants
Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (U.S.) and Evans, Rudolph M., ([year]), Statements and Speeches of Rudolph M. Evans, [issue title/date], accessed Sep 19, 2014 from FRASER, http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/publication/?pid=462
June 19, 1942 - The Future of Agriculture in a World of Peace
Address before the Institute of International Relations at Grinnell, Iowa.
November 24, 1947 - Regulation of Consumer Instalment Credit
Statement before the Senate Banking and Currency Committee
August 2, 1948 - Regulation of Consumer Instalment Credit
Statement before the House Banking and Currency Committee.
March 30, 1949 - Regulation W -- Its Role in Economic Stability
Remarks before the Consumer Instalment Credit Conference, American Bankers Association, St. Louis, Missouri.
- October 13, 1950 - Consumer Credit Regulation in a Garrison Economy: An Address at a Meeting of the Tri-State Convention, Atlantic City, New Jersey (682.1K)
- February 15, 1952 - Monetary policy and food production: remarks at a meeting of the National Farm Institute, Des Moines, Iowa (555.8K)
- September 21, 1953 - America's stake in the independent bank: remarks at the annual Independent Bankers Breakfast, Mayflower Hotel, Washington, D.C. (649.6K)
April 30, 1954 - The Independent Bank and Capitalism
An address delivered before the Convention of the Independent Bankers Association, Detroit, Michigan.