Statements and Speeches of Karl R. Bopp
This is a collection of transcripts of public statements of Karl R. Bopp. Bopp was president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia from 1958 to 1970. Prior to his appointment as president, he was the Research Director of the Philadelphia Fed from 1942 to 1958. He was also the technical secretary for the Bretton Woods Monetary Conference in 1944 which later established the International Monetary Fund.
- Instruments of Federal Reserve Policy
- Ration Banking
- Justice and International Finance : Paper Delivered to the Co-operative Seminary on Justice in the Department of Philosophy, University of Missouri
- Who Controls Central Banks? : Lecture delivered to the Classes in Money and Banking, State University of Iowa
- The Human Side of Central Banking : Address delivered to the Order of Artus, State University of Iowa
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Bopp, Karl R. (Karl Richard), 1906-1979 and Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia. Statements and Speeches of Karl R. Bopp. 1931-1970, https://fraser.stlouisfed.org/title/1013, accessed on June 6, 2023.