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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 41, issue 1, 1994

Sources of real exchange-rate fluctuations: How important are nominal shocks? pp. 1-56 Downloads
Richard Clarida and Jordi Galí
Sources of real exchange-rate fluctuations: A comment pp. 57-65 Downloads
Alan Stockman
Testing long-run neutrality: empirical evidence for G7-countries with special emphasis on Germany pp. 67-117 Downloads
Axel A. Weber
Testing long-run neutrality: Empirical evidence for G7-countries with special emphasis on Germany A comment pp. 119-125 Downloads
Fabio Canova
A sticky-price manifesto pp. 127-151 Downloads
Laurence Ball and N. Gregory Mankiw
Comments on Ball and Mankiw pp. 153-155 Downloads
Robert Lucas
The post-war U.S. phillips curve: a revisionist econometric history pp. 157-219 Downloads
Robert King and Mark Watson
The post-war U.S. Phillips curve a comment pp. 221-230 Downloads
Charles Evans
Identification of inflation-unemployment tradeoffs in the 1970s a comment pp. 231-241 Downloads
Bennett McCallum
Rejoinder to Evans and McCallum pp. 243-250 Downloads
Robert King and Mark Watson
A semi-classical model of price-level adjustment pp. 251-284 Downloads
Bennett McCallum
A semi-classical model of price-level adjustment a comment pp. 285-294 Downloads
Jeffrey Fuhrer
Shocks pp. 295-364 Downloads
John Cochrane
Shocks: A comment pp. 365-371 Downloads
Julio Rotemberg

Volume 40, issue 1, 1994

Sources of economic growth pp. 1-46 Downloads
Robert Barro and Jong-Wha Lee
Comments on Barro and Lee pp. 47-57 Downloads
Nancy Stokey
The importance of precautionary motives in explaining individual and aggregate saving pp. 59-125 Downloads
R. Glenn Hubbard, Jonathan Skinner and Stephen Zeldes
The importance of precautionary motives in explaining individual and aggregate saving: A comment pp. 127-132 Downloads
Miles Kimball
Saving and growth: a reinterpretation pp. 133-192 Downloads
Christopher Carroll and David Weil
Paper by Carroll and Weil: A comment pp. 193-197 Downloads
Michael Kremer
Accumulation, exports, and growth in the high-performing Asian economies pp. 199-235 Downloads
Howard Pack and John Page
Accumulation, exports, and growth in the high performing Asian economies: A comment pp. 237-250 Downloads
Alwyn Young
Reply to Alwyn Young pp. 251-257 Downloads
Howard Pack and John Page
Capital fundamentalism, economic development, and economic growth pp. 259-292 Downloads
Robert King and Ross Levine
Capital fundamentalism, economic development, and economic growth: A comment pp. 293-300 Downloads
Rodolfo Manuelli

Volume 39, issue 1, 1993

How important is the credit channel in the transmission of monetary policy? pp. 1-45 Downloads
Valerie Ramey
How important is the credit channel in the transmission of monetary policy?: A comment pp. 47-52 Downloads
Ben Bernanke
Designing institutions for monetary stability pp. 53-84 Downloads
Torsten Persson and Guido Tabellini
Designing institutions for monetary stability: A comment pp. 85-94 Downloads
Charles Freedman
Central bank independence, growth, investment, and real rates pp. 95-140 Downloads
Alex Cukierman, Pantelis Kalaitzidakis, Lawrence Summers and Steven B. Webb
Central bank independence, growth, investment, and real rates: A comment pp. 141-145 Downloads
Matthew Canzoneri
Currency boards: their past, present, and possible future role pp. 147-187 Downloads
Anna Schwartz
Currency boards: A comment pp. 189-193 Downloads
Robert L. Hetzel
Discretion versus policy rules in practice pp. 195-214 Downloads
John Taylor
Discretion versus policy rules in practice: two critical points: A comment pp. 215-220 Downloads
Bennett McCallum
A comparison of some basic monetary policy regimes for open economies: implications of different degrees of instrument adjustment and wage persistence pp. 221-317 Downloads
Dale Henderson and Warwick McKibbin
A comparison of some basic monetary policy regimes for open economies: A comment pp. 319-327 Downloads
Robert Rasche

Volume 38, issue 1, 1993

Deposit insurance reform: a functional approach pp. 1-34 Downloads
Robert Merton and Zvi Bodie
Deposit insurance reform: a functional approach: A comment pp. 35-40 Downloads
Mark Flannery
Deposit insurance reform: a functional approach: A comment pp. 41-50 Downloads
George J. Benston and George G. Kaufman
Reply to Benston and Kaufman pp. 51-55 Downloads
Robert Merton and Zvi Bodie
The decline of private deposit insurance in the United States pp. 57-128 Downloads
William B. English
The decline of private deposit insurance in the United States: A comment pp. 129-142 Downloads
Charles Calomiris
Management and organizational changes in banking: a comparison of regulatory intervention with private creditor actions in nonbank firms pp. 143-178 Downloads
Joel Houston and Christopher James
Management and organizational changes in banking: a comparison of regulatory intervention with private creditor actions in nonbank firms: A comment pp. 179-189 Downloads
George J. Benston
Central banking in a monetary union: reflections on the proposed statute of the European Central Bank pp. 191-230 Downloads
Alberto Giovanni
Central banking in a monetary union: reflections on the proposed statute of the European Central Bank: A comment pp. 231-237 Downloads
Marvin Goodfriend
Quality ladders, growth, and R&D: an assessment from U.S. industry pp. 239-273 Downloads
Kerk Phillips
Quality ladders, growth, and R&D: an assessment from U.S. industry: A comment pp. 275-278 Downloads
Ross Levine
Why have a target zone? pp. 279-314 Downloads
Paul Krugman and Marcus Miller
Why have a target zone?: A comment pp. 315-318 Downloads
Robert Flood and Michael G. Spencer
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