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New England Economic Review

1986 - 2004

from Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
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1993, issue Nov

Tax reform in newly emerging market economies pp. 3-17 Downloads
Yolanda K. Kodrzycki
Commodity prices, the term structure of interest rates, and exchange rates: useful indicators for monetary policy? pp. 18-32 Downloads
Jeffrey C. Fuhrer
Business failures in New England pp. 33-44 Downloads
James W. Meehan, Joe Peek and Eric Rosengren
Input tariffs as a way to deal with dumping pp. 45-55 Downloads
Susan Skeath

1993, issue Sep

Shifting patterns of regional employment and unemployment: a note pp. 3-12 Downloads
Katharine L. Bradbury
Banks' venture into real estate: high rollers, or lemmings? pp. 13-32 Downloads
Lynn E. Browne
What inflation policy do American voters want, and do they get it? pp. 33-44 Downloads
Daniel J. Richards
Defaults, denials, and discrimination in mortgage lending pp. 45-51 Downloads
Geoffrey M. B. Tootell

1993, issue Jul

The discount rate: the other tool of monetary policy pp. 3-22 Downloads
Stephen K. McNees
Interest rate structure and the credit risk of swaps pp. 23-34 Downloads
Katerina Simons
How dependent are New England's mid-sized firms on the region's largest bank holding companies? pp. 35-48 Downloads
Robert Tannenwald

1993, issue May

Lessons from the Rhode Island banking crisis pp. 3-12 Downloads
Thomas E. Pulkkinen and Eric Rosengren
Lessons from New England bank failures pp. 13-35 Downloads
Richard E. Randall
Taxes, income distribution, and the real estate cycle: why all houses do not appreciate at the same rate pp. 39-50 Downloads
Christopher Mayer

1993, issue Mar

Stock market crashes: what have we learned from October 1987? pp. 3-24 Downloads
Peter Fortune
Equity in school finance: state aid to schools in New England pp. 25-46 Downloads
Katharine L. Bradbury
Forecasting investment with models and surveys of capital spending pp. 47-69 Downloads
Richard W. Kopcke

1993, issue Jan

The determinants of business investment: has capital spending been surprisingly low? pp. 3-31 Downloads
Richard W. Kopcke
What role does consumer sentiment play in the U.S. macroeconomy? pp. 32-44 Downloads
Jeffrey C. Fuhrer
Why do banks syndicate loans? pp. 45-52 Downloads
Katerina Simons

1992, issue Nov

A forward-looking monetary policy reaction function: continuity and change pp. 3-13 Downloads
Stephen K. McNees
The quest for sound money: currency boards to the rescue pp. 14-24 Downloads
Norman S. Fieleke
Real estate and the credit crunch: an overview pp. 25-36 Downloads
Lynn E. Browne and Eric Rosengren
Changes in inventory management: implication for the U.S. recovery pp. 37-65 Downloads
Jane Sneddon Little

1992, issue Sep

Do consumers behave as the life-cycle/permanent-income theory of consumption predicts? pp. 3-14 Downloads
Jeffrey C. Fuhrer
What past recoveries say about the outlook for New England pp. 15-32 Downloads
Katharine L. Bradbury and Yolanda K. Kodrzycki
Taxation of capital income in a global economy: an overview pp. 33-52 Downloads
Alicia Haydock Munnell

1992, issue Jul

Public-private cost shifts in nursing home care pp. 3-14 Downloads
Jane Sneddon Little
Purchasing power parity within the United States pp. 15-24 Downloads
Geoffrey M. B. Tootell
How large are economic forecast errors? pp. 25-42 Downloads
Stephen K. McNees
The capitalization and portfolio risk of insurance companies pp. 43-57 Downloads
Richard W. Kopcke

1992, issue May

One trading world, or many: the issue of regional trading blocs pp. 3-20 Downloads
Norman S. Fieleke
The capital crunch in New England pp. 21-31 Downloads
Joe Peek and Eric Rosengren
The financial condition and regulation of insurance companies: an overview pp. 32-43 Downloads
Richard E. Randall and Richard W. Kopcke
The municipal bond market, part II: problems and policies pp. 47-64 Downloads
Peter Fortune

1992, issue Mar

The advantages of "transferrable puts" for loans at failed banks pp. 3-11 Downloads
Eric Rosengren and Katerina Simons
Current taxation of qualified pension plans: has the time come? pp. 12-25 Downloads
Alicia Haydock Munnell
Profits and stock prices: the importance of being earnest pp. 26-44 Downloads
Richard W. Kopcke
Mutual-to-stock-conversions by New England savings banks: where has all the money gone? pp. 45-53 Downloads
Katerina Simons

1992, issue Jan

The 1990-91 recession in historical perspective pp. 3-22 Downloads
Stephen K. McNees
Why New England went the way of Texas rather than California pp. 23-41 Downloads
Lynn E. Browne
Lessons from variations in state Medicaid expenditures pp. 43-66 Downloads
Jane Sneddon Little
Capital costs, industrial mix, and the composition of business investment pp. 67-92 Downloads
Yolanda K. Henderson and Jeffrey B. Liebman

1991, issue Nov

The influence of housing and durables on personal saving pp. 3-16 Downloads
Richard W. Kopcke, Alicia Haydock Munnell and Leah M. Cook
Explaining the postwar pattern of personal saving pp. 17-28 Downloads
Alicia Haydock Munnell and Leah M. Cook
Cyclical swing or secular slide? Why have New England's banks been losing money? pp. 29-46 Downloads
Robert Tannenwald
A primer on the arms trade pp. 47-63 Downloads
Norman S. Fieleke

1991, issue Sep

Are district presidents more conservative than board governors? pp. 3-12 Downloads
Geoffrey M. B. Tootell
The municipal bond market, Part I: politics, taxes, and yields pp. 13-36 Downloads
Peter Fortune
The real estate cycle and the economy: consequences of the Massachusetts boom of 1984-87 pp. 37-46 Downloads
Karl E. Case
Infrastructure and regional economic performance: comment pp. 47-58 Downloads
Robert Eisner

1991, issue Jul

Are we experiencing a credit crunch? pp. 3-10 Downloads
Richard F. Syron
"Whither New England"? pp. 11-26 Downloads
Stephen K. McNees and Geoffrey M. B. Tootell
The role of services in New England's rise and fall: engine of growth or along for the ride? pp. 27-44 Downloads
Lynn E. Browne
Changes in the structure of wages: a regional comparison pp. 45-61 Downloads
Ramon Vilches

1991, issue May

Can local governments give citizens what they want? Referendum outcomes in Massachusetts pp. 3-22 Downloads
Katharine L. Bradbury
Is there a shortfall in public capital investment? An overview pp. 23-35 Downloads
Alicia Haydock Munnell
Foreign exchange intervention as a signal of monetary policy pp. 39-50 Downloads
Michael W. Klein and Eric Rosengren
Do capital markets predict problems in large commercial banks? pp. 51-56 Downloads
Katerina Simons and Stephen Cross

1991, issue Mar

Regional economic conditions and the FOMC votes of district presidents pp. 3-16 Downloads
Geoffrey M. B. Tootell
Stock market efficiency: an autopsy? pp. 17-40 Downloads
Peter Fortune
The liberalization of international trade and payments in Eastern Europe pp. 41-51 Downloads
Norman S. Fieleke
Financing capital expenditures in Massachusetts pp. 52-79 Downloads
Alicia Haydock Munnell and Leah M. Cook

1991, issue Jan

How fast can we grow? pp. 3-14 Downloads
Stephen K. McNees
Massachusetts in the 1990s: the role of state government pp. 15-26 Downloads
Alicia Haydock Munnell and Lynn E. Browne
Medicaid pp. 27-50 Downloads
Jane Sneddon Little
A real, affordable mortgage pp. 51-66 Downloads
Joe Peek and James A. Wilcox
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