The Treasury has committed itself to a policy of openness in the funds it lends as part of the bailout, but concern is prevalent about the lack of openness around the Federal Reserve's lending. Is the Fed open enough? If not, what needs to change? If so, why should the Fed not become more open?
Here are the thoughts from this week's experts:
Dean Baker, CEPR
Why Does the Fed Operate in the Dark? »
Anthony Gregory, Campaign for Liberty
Seeing Through the Federal Reserve »