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Journal of Money, Credit and Banking

1969 - 2013

Current editor(s): Robert deYoung, Paul Evans, Pok-Sang Lam and Kenneth D. West

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Volume 34, issue November, 2002

Investment and the Current Account in the Short Run and the Long Run pp. 967-86
James M. Nason and John H. Rogers
X-Efficiency in Banking: Looking beyond the Balance Sheet pp. 987-1013
Jeffrey A Clark and Thomas F. Siems
Forward Discount Puzzle and Liquidity Effects: Some Evidence from Exchange Rates among the United States, Canada, and Japan pp. 1014-33
Yuichi Fukuta and Makoto Saito
Credibility and Seigniorage in a Common Currency Area pp. 1034-46
Laura Bottazzi and Paolo Manasse
Why Do Banks Merge? pp. 1047-66
Dario Focarelli, Fabio Panetta and Carmelo Salleo
Currency Unions and International Integration pp. 1067-89
Andrew Kenan Rose and Charles Engel
The Great Depression and Output Persistence pp. 1090-98
Christian J Murray and Charles R. Nelson

Volume 34, issue Aug., 2002

On the Launching of a New Currency pp. 563-88
Sébastien Lotz and Guillaume Rocheteau
On Rational Bubbles and Fat Tails pp. 589-610
Thomas Lux and Didier Sornette
Real Exchange Rate Volatility and Economic Openness: Theory and Evidence pp. 611-30
Harald Hau
Reserve Uncertainty and the Supply of International Credit pp. 631-49
Joshua Aizenman and Nancy P. Marion
Persistent and Transitory Shocks, Learning, and Investment Dynamics pp. 650-77
Bartholomew Moore and Huntley Schaller
On Optimal Contracts for Central Bankers and Inflation and Exchange-Rate-Targeting Regimes pp. 678-85
Ronald A. Ratti
Tests for Symmetric and Asymmetric Nonlinear Mean Reversion in Real Exchange Rates pp. 686-700
Robert Sollis, Stephen Leybourne and Paul Newbold
A Conference Sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, October 24-26, 2001: Introduction pp. 701-06
Joseph Haubrich and James B. Thomson
Are Larger Treasury Issues More Liquid? Evidence from Bill Reopenings pp. 707-35
Michael J. Fleming
Comment on Are Larger Treasury Issues More Liquid? Evidence from Bill Reopenings pp. 736-39
Narasimhan Jegadeesh
Supply Contraction and Trading Protocol: An Examination of Recent Changes in the U.S. Treasury Market pp. 740-62
Leslie Boni and J Chris Leach
Comment on Supply Contraction and Trading Protocol: An Examination of Recent Changes in the U.S. Treasury Market pp. 763-66
Sugato Chakravarty
The Saga of the First Stock Index Futures Contract: Benchmarks, Models, and Learning pp. 767-808
Sam Thomas
Comment on The Saga of the First Stock Index Futures Contract: Was It a Case of the Market Using the Wrong Model and Not Learning? pp. 809-11
Ed Stevens
GSE Debt and the Decline in the Treasury Market pp. 812-39
Brent W. Ambrose and Tao-Hsien Dolly King
Comment on GSE Debt and the Decline in the Treasury Debt Market pp. 840-47
Toni Gravelle
The Conduct of Monetary Policy with a Shrinking Stock of Government Debt pp. 848-82
Stacey L Schreft and Bruce D. Smith
Comment on the Conduct of Monetary Policy with a Shrinking Stock of Government Debt pp. 883-86
Athanasios Orphanides
Government Asset and Liability Management in a Era of Vanishing Public Debt pp. 887-933
Henning Bohn
Comment on Government Asset and Liability Management in an Era of Vanishing Public Debt pp. 934-40
Jagadeesh Gokhale
Panel: Implications of Declining Treasury Debt: What Should the Federal Reserve Do as Treasury Debt Is Repaid? pp. 941-45
Donald L Kohn
Panel: Implications of Declining Treasury Debt: Federal Reserve Asset Acquisition: A Proposal pp. 946-51
Broaddus, J Alfred, and Marvin Goodfriend
Panel: Implications of Declining Treasury Debt: International Market Implications of Declining Treasury Debt pp. 952-66
Robert Neil McCauley

Volume 34, issue May, 2002

Partial Adjustment and Staggered Price Setting pp. 283-98
Michael T Kiley
The Market for Electronic Cash Cards pp. 299-314
Oz Shy and Juha Tarkka
Private Transfers, Borrowing Constraints and the Timing of Homeownership pp. 315-39
Luigi Guiso and Tullio Jappelli
A Reexamination of the Predictability of Economic Activity Using the Yield Spread pp. 340-60
James Hamilton and Dong Heon Kim
The Timing of Partisan and Nonpartisan Appointments to the Central Bank: Some New Evidence pp. 361-75
Mixon, Franklin G, and M Troy Gibson
The Effects of Monetary Policy in Japan pp. 376-92
Ryuzo Miyao
Did Banks' Security Affiliates Add Value? Evidence from the Commercial Banking Industry during the 1920s pp. 393-411
Carlos Ramirez
Complementarities and Comovements pp. 412-33
John S Shea
Expected Social Welfare under a Convex Philips Curve and Asymmetric Policy Preferences pp. 434-49
Demosthenes N. Tambakis
Openness, Inflation, and the Phillips Curve: A Puzzle pp. 450-68
Jonathan Temple
Signal Jamming in New Credit Markets pp. 469-90
Eric U. Van Tassel
"Water Seeks a Level": Modeling Bimetallic Exchange Rates and the Bimetallic Band pp. 491-519
Marc Flandreau
The Equilibrium Degree of Transparency and Control in Monetary Policy pp. 520-39
Jon Faust and Lars E. O. Svensson
Are Oil Shocks Inflationary? Asymmetric and Nonlinear Specifications versus Changes in Regime pp. 540-61
Mark A Hooker

Volume 34, issue February, 2002

When to Dollarize pp. 1-24
Barry Julian Eichengreen
Can Nontradables Generate Substantial Home Bias? pp. 25-50
Paolo A. Pesenti and Eric van Wincoop
Covered Interest Rate Arbitrage in the Interwar Period and the Keynes-Einzig Conjecture pp. 51-75
David A. Peel and Mark P. Taylor
Financial Crisis and the Great Depression: A Regime Switching Approach pp. 76-93
Patrick J. Coe
A Simple Adaptive Measure of Core Inflation pp. 94-113
Timothy Cogley
How Well Does the Beige Book Reflect Economic Activity? Evaluating Qualitative Information Quantitatively pp. 114-36
Nathan Balke and Petersen, D'Ann Michele
Day-to-Day Monetary Policy and the Volatility of the Federal Funds Interest Rate pp. 137-59
Leonardo Bartolini, Giuseppe Bertola and Alessandro Prati
Caution and Conservatism in the Making of Monetary Policy pp. 160-77
Philip Schellekens
Wage Indexation and Output Stability Revisited pp. 178-96
Esteban Jadresic
Heterogeneity in Price Rigidity: Evidence from a Case Study Using Microlevel Data pp. 197-220
Daniel Levy, Shantanu Dutta and Mark Bergen
The Option to Wait to Invest and Equilibrium Credit Rationing pp. 221-25
Robert Lensink and Elmer Sterken
Trade Credit and the Bank Lending Channel pp. 226-53
Jeffrey H. Nilsen
Cost and Profit Efficiency of Financial Conglomerates and Universal Banks in Europe pp. 254-82
Rudi Vander Vennet
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