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Fed may be stifling criticism by hiring outside academics, according to critics.

NOV 4, 1994 2:00am ET

WASHINGTON -- Academic economists at major universities throughout the United States are earning extra income serving as consultants to the Federal Reserve, a practice that congressional critics say...

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