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Carnegie-Rochester Conference Series on Public Policy

1976 - 2001

Continued by Journal of Monetary Economics.

Current editor(s): B. T. McCallum

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Volume 13, issue 1, 1980

Monetary institutions and the policy process pp. 1-8 Downloads
Karl Brunner and Allan Meltzer
Policy advice and policymaking at the federal reserve pp. 9-68 Downloads
Raymond Lombra and Michael Moran
Policy advice and policymaking at the federal reserve: Comment pp. 69-77 Downloads
Jerry L. Jordan
Comments on the Lombra-Moran paper pp. 79-85 Downloads
James L. Pierce
Reply to Pierce pp. 87-89 Downloads
Raymond Lombra and Michael Moran
The operation of monetary targets pp. 91-130 Downloads
M. T. Summer
Comments on Sumner paper pp. 131-133 Downloads
James L. Pierce
The operation of monetary targets: Comment pp. 135-138 Downloads
Jerry L. Jordan
The european monetary system: A return to an adjustable-peg arrangement pp. 139-172 Downloads
Michele Fratianni
The return to the new european monetary system: Objectives, incentives, perspectives pp. 173-221 Downloads
Roland Vaubel
Analyzing arrangements for reducing exchange-rate variability: A comment pp. 223-237 Downloads
Dale Henderson
The viability of the european monetary system: A comment on the papers by Vaubel and Fratianni pp. 239-253 Downloads
Ralph Bryant
Economic theory and international monetary fund policies pp. 255-278 Downloads
John Williamson
Economic theory and IMF policies: Comment pp. 279-285 Downloads
H. Robert Heller
Economic theory and IMF policies: A comment pp. 287-297 Downloads
Jacob A. Frenkel
A rational expectations model of the United Kingdom under fixed and floating exchange rates: Errata pp. 299-355 Downloads
A. Patrick Minford

Volume 12, issue 1, 1980

On the state of macroeconomics pp. 1-5 Downloads
Karl Brunner and Allan Meltzer
Labor supply and aggregate fluctuations pp. 7-33 Downloads
Robert Hall
Discussion of Robert E. Hall's "labor supply and aggregate fluctuations" pp. 35-38 Downloads
Robert Barro
Empirical investment equations: An integrative framework pp. 39-91 Downloads
Andrew Abel
Comments on the current state of the theory of aggregate investment behavior pp. 93-101 Downloads
Edward Prescott
Reply to Prescott's comment pp. 103-106 Downloads
Andrew Abel
"Tobin's q" and the rate of investment in general equilibrium pp. 107-154 Downloads
Thomas Sargent
A comment on the Sargent paper pp. 155-159 Downloads
Bennett McCallum
Issues and models in empirical research on aggregate consumer expenditure pp. 161-205 Downloads
Walter Dolde
Issues and models in empirical research on aggregate consumer expenditure: A comment pp. 207-214 Downloads
Robert Rasche
Reply to Rasche pp. 215-218 Downloads
Walter Dolde
The demand for money in the United States-- Yet again pp. 219-271 Downloads
David Laidler
The demand for money in the United States: A comment pp. 273-285 Downloads
Michael J. Hamburger
David Laidler's "the demand for money in the United States--Yet again": A comment pp. 287-291 Downloads
Raymond E. Lombra
A rational expectations model of the United Kingdom under fixed and floating exchange rates pp. 293-355 Downloads
A. Patrick Minford

Volume 11, issue 1, 1979

Policies for employment, prices, and exchange rates pp. 1-7 Downloads
Karl Brunner and Allan Meltzer
Empirical regularities in the behavior of exchange rates and theories of the foreign exchange market pp. 9-57 Downloads
Michael Mussa
The deutsche mark/dollar rate: A monetary analysis pp. 59-101 Downloads
John Bilson
On the monetary analysis of exchange rates: A comment pp. 103-121 Downloads
Robert Hodrick
On explaining the behavior of exchange rates: A comment on papers by Mussa and Bilson pp. 123-130 Downloads
Alan Stockman
Towards full employment and price stability: An assessment and appraisal of the OECD'S McCracken report pp. 131-160 Downloads
Pieter Korteweg
A report to the OECD by a group of independent experts OECD, June 1977: A review pp. 161-168 Downloads
Robert Lucas
The Korteweg and Lucas reviews of the McCracken report: Comments pp. 169-176 Downloads
Stanley Fischer
Comments on Lucas and Korteweg on McCracken pp. 177-186 Downloads
Rodney Dobell
Unemployment and the structure of labor costs pp. 187-222 Downloads
Stephen Nickell
Taxes and inflation pp. 223-248 Downloads
Frank Brechling and Kathleen Classen Utgoff
The Brechling-Utgoff and Nickell papers: Comments pp. 249-252 Downloads
Herschel Grossman

Volume 10, issue 1, 1979

Three aspects of policy and policymaking: Knowledge, data and institutions pp. 1-7 Downloads
Karl Brunner and Allan Meltzer
Causality and econometrics pp. 9-54 Downloads
Arnold Zellner
Tests of causality: The message in the innovations pp. 55-96 Downloads
G. Schwert
Discussion of the Zellner and Schwert papers pp. 97-102 Downloads
Charles Nelson
A comment on the papers by Zellner and Schwert pp. 103-108 Downloads
Christopher Sims
Rejoinder to Nelson and Sims pp. 109-111 Downloads
Arnold Zellner
A production function--nonaccelerating inflation approach to potential output: Is measured potential output too high? pp. 113-163 Downloads
Jeffrey Perloff and Michael L. Wachter
The meaning and measurement of potential output: A comment on the Perloff and Wachter results pp. 165-178 Downloads
John Tatom
Potential GNP: Its measurement and significance: A dissenting opinion pp. 179-186 Downloads
Charles Plosser and G. Schwert
A comment on the Perloff and Wachter paper pp. 187-194 Downloads
Robert Gordon
Reply pp. 195-203 Downloads
Jeffrey Perloff and Michael L. Wachter
Institutional changes, reported unemployment, and induced institutional changes pp. 205-235 Downloads
Kenneth W. Clarkson and Roger E. Meiners
Government labor policies and equilibrium unemployment rates: A comment on Clarkson and Meiners pp. 237-252 Downloads
Walter Oi
North-South economic and political relations: How much change? pp. 253-282 Downloads
Rachel McCulloch
The political economy of the congressional budget office pp. 283-333 Downloads
David I. Meiselman and Paul Craig Roberts
A comment on the Meiselman and Roberts paper pp. 335-347 Downloads
Frank de Leeuw
The relationship between economics and politics: A response to Meiselman and Roberts pp. 349-354 Downloads
Marvin Phaup
A comment on the Meiselman and Roberts paper pp. 355-362 Downloads
Alice Rivlin
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