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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 9, issue 1, 1978

Public policies in open economies pp. 1-4 Downloads
Karl Brunner and Allan Meltzer
Problems of the British economy pp. 5-32 Downloads
Michael V. Posner
"New Cambridge" macroeconomics and global monetarism: Some issues in the conduct of U.K. economic policy pp. 33-65 Downloads
Martin J. Fetherston and Wynne A. H. Godley
What's "New" and what's "Keynesian" in the "New Cambridge" Keynesianism? pp. 67-85 Downloads
Alan Blinder
A comment on the Fetherston and Godley and Posner papers pp. 87-89 Downloads
Robert Hall
"New Cambridge' macroeconomics and global monetarism: A comment pp. 91-94 Downloads
Jacob A. Frenkel
"New Cambridge'--economics without markets: A comment pp. 95-102 Downloads
Thomas Russell and L. Macdonald Wakeman
Problems of the British economy: A comment pp. 103-110 Downloads
Courtenay C. Stone
Pegged exchange rates and managed float pp. 111-140 Downloads
Jacob A. Frenkel
A comment on the Frenkel paper pp. 141-144 Downloads
Russell Boyer and David Laidler
Transnational effects of fiscal shocks in a two-country model of dynamic equilibrium pp. 145-179 Downloads
Edmund Phelps
Fiscal policy in closed and open economies: A comment pp. 181-202 Downloads
Dale Henderson
A two-sector model of the labor market pp. 203-232 Downloads
David A. Coulter
Government output and national income estimates: The effect on international income comparisons pp. 233-266 Downloads
Keith B. Leffler
Government output and national income estimates: A comment pp. 267-273 Downloads
Robert Tollison

Volume 8, issue 1, 1978

Introduction to the series pp. v Downloads
K. Brunner and Allan Meltzer
The problem of inflation pp. 1-15 Downloads
Karl Brunner and Allan Meltzer
The economics of inflation and output fluctuations in the NETHERLANDS, 1954-1975 A test of some implications of the dominant impulse-cum-rational expectations hypothesis pp. 17-79 Downloads
Pieter Korteweg
Inflation and output growth: The french experience, 1960-1975 pp. 81-140 Downloads
Andre Fourcans
Inflation and unanticipated changes in output in Italy pp. 141-180 Downloads
Michele Fratianni
A comment on the Kortfweg, Fratianni, and Fourcans papers pp. 181-191 Downloads
Victor Argy
Inflation and output changes in France, Italy, and the Netherlands: A comment pp. 193-202 Downloads
Anna Schwartz
The economics of inflation and output fluctuations in the United States, 1952-1974 pp. 203-231 Downloads
Dean S. Dutton
The impulse-theoretic explanation of changing inflation and output growth: Evidence from Germany pp. 233-269 Downloads
Manfred J. M. Neumann
Inflation and output fluctuations in the United States and Germany: A comment on the Dutton and Neumann papers pp. 271-276 Downloads
Michael J. Hamburger
Inflation and output fluctuations: A comment on the Dutton and Neumann papers pp. 277-287 Downloads
Bennett McCallum
Inflation and economic stability in a small open economy: A systems approach pp. 289-323 Downloads
Peter D. Jonson and John C. Taylor
Inflation and price changes: Some preliminary estimates and tests of alternative theories pp. 325-353 Downloads
Pieter Korteweg and Allan Meltzer
Inflation and stability: A comment on the Jonson and Taylor and Korteweg and Meltzer papers pp. 355-368 Downloads
Jerome Stein
A comment on the Korteweg and Meltzer and Dutton papers pp. 369-372 Downloads
Jeremy J. Siegel

Volume 7, issue 1, 1977

Optimal policies, control theory and technology exports pp. 1-11 Downloads
Karl Brunner and Allan Meltzer
Should control theory be used for economic stabilization? pp. 13-38 Downloads
Edward Prescott
On filtering auxiliary information in short-run monetary policy pp. 39-84 Downloads
J. H. Kalchbrenner, Peter Tinsley, J. Berry and B. Garrett
Should control theory be used for economic stabilization?: A comment pp. 85-91 Downloads
Franco Modigliani
Control theory and economic stabilization: A comment on the Kalchbrenner and Tinsley and Prescott papers pp. 93-98 Downloads
John Taylor
Should control theory be used for economic stabilization?: A comment pp. 99-100 Downloads
John Bryant
Should control theory be used for economic stabilization?: A rejoinder pp. 101-102 Downloads
Edward Prescott
Improving the monetary aggregates: An evaluation of the report of the advisory committee on monetary statistics pp. 103-123 Downloads
James L. Pierce
A comment on the Pierce paper pp. 125-130 Downloads
Jerry L. Jordan
Fine principles and prospects for financial institutions reform pp. 131-152 Downloads
William G. Dewald
Fine principles and prospects for financial institutions reform: A comment pp. 153-157 Downloads
Ira Kaminov
The export of technology pp. 159-202 Downloads
Eitan Berglas and Ronald Jones
Application of the dynamic limit pricing model to the price of technology and international technology transfer pp. 203-224 Downloads
Stephen P. Magee
A comment on the Berglas and Jones and Magee papers pp. 225-233 Downloads
Roy J. Ruffin
A comment on the Berglas and Jones and Magee papers pp. 235-238 Downloads
Ronald Findlay

Volume 6, issue 1, 1977

Introduction to the series pp. v Downloads
K. Brunner and Allan Meltzer
International organization, national policies and economic development pp. 1-16 Downloads
Karl Brunner and Allan Meltzer
Economic policy in the united nations: A new international economic order? pp. 17-52 Downloads
Rachel McCulloch
The economic commission for latin America: Its policies and their impact pp. 53-78 Downloads
Rolf S. Luders
Development policies and problems: The Brazilian experience pp. 79-116 Downloads
Carlos Geraldo Langoni and Edy Luiz Kogut
A comment on the Langoni and Kogut and Luders papers pp. 117-122 Downloads
Larry Sjaastad
Land reform and agricultural efficiency in Mexico: A general equilibrium analysis pp. 123-147 Downloads
Arthur De Vany
Land reform and agricultural efficiency in Mexico: A comment pp. 149-155 Downloads
David R. Henderson
Economic growth: What have we learned from the past? pp. 157-177 Downloads
Douglass North
Invention and accumulation in america's economic growth: A nineteenth-century parable pp. 179-228 Downloads
Paul David
A comment on the north and david papers pp. 229-236 Downloads
Edward F. Denison
A comment on the north and david papers pp. 237-240 Downloads
John W. Kendrick
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