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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 28, issue 1, 1988

Stabilization policies and labor markets pp. 1-8 Downloads
Karl Brunner and Allan Meltzer
Stabilization in high inflation countries: Analytical foundations and recent experience pp. 9-84 Downloads
Elhanan Helpman and Leonardo Leiderman
Comments on Helpman and Leiderman pp. 85-92 Downloads
Stanley Fischer
Is sovereign policymaking bad? pp. 93-140 Downloads
Matthew Canzoneri and Dale Henderson
Toward an empirical assessment of game-theoretic models of policymaking: A comment pp. 141-151 Downloads
Marianne Baxter
Employment problems in West Germany - the role of institutions, labor law, and government intervention pp. 153-219 Downloads
Rudiger Soltwedel
Employment problems in West Germany: A comment pp. 221-230 Downloads
Frank Stafford
Empirical tests of labor-market equilibrium: An evaluation pp. 231-258 Downloads
James Heckman and Thomas E. MaCurdy
Emperical tests of labor-market equilibrium: An evaluation: A comment pp. 259-267 Downloads
David Card
The term structure in the United States, Japan, and West Germany pp. 269-313 Downloads
Eduard Bomhoff and Peter C. Schotman
The term structure in the United States, Japan, and West Germany: A comment pp. 315-317 Downloads
Vittorio U. Grilli
Comments on the Bomhoff-Schotman paper: "The term structure in the United States, Japan, and West Germany" pp. 319-323 Downloads
Leonardo Leiderman
Are the macroeconomic effects of oil-price changes symmetric? pp. 325-368 Downloads
John Tatom
Are the macroeconomic effects of oil-price changes symmetric?: A comment pp. 369-378 Downloads
James Hamilton

Volume 27, issue 1, 1987

Introduction to the series pp. v Downloads
K. Brunner and Allan Meltzer
Empirical studies of velocity, real exchange rates, unemployment, and productivity pp. 1-8 Downloads
Karl Brunner and Allan Meltzer
M1 -- Velocity and money-demand functions: Do stable relationships exist? pp. 9-88 Downloads
Robert Rasche
Comments on the paper by robert rasche pp. 89-101 Downloads
Angelo R. Nascaro
The dollar and real interest rates pp. 103-139 Downloads
John Campbell and Richard Clarida
The dollar and real interest rates a comment pp. 141-148 Downloads
Frederic Mishkin
An empirical investigation of the long-run behavior of real exchange rates pp. 149-214 Downloads
John Huizinga
An empirical investigation of the long-run behavior of real exchange rates comment on the huizinga paper pp. 215-223 Downloads
Willem Buiter
Reply to comments by butter pp. 225-231 Downloads
John Huizinga
Fixed exchange rates and the quantity theory in colonial America pp. 233-307 Downloads
Ronald Michener
Purchasing power parity in colonial America: Some evidence for South Carolina 1732-1774 a comment pp. 311-323 Downloads
Michael Bordo and Ivan A. Marcotte
Wicksell and fisher on the "Backing" of money and the quantity theory A comment on the debate between Bruce Smith and Ronald Michener pp. 325-334 Downloads
David Laidler
Fluctuations in the pace of labor reallocation pp. 335-402 Downloads
Steven Davis
Comment on the relation between unemployment and sectoral shifts pp. 403-420 Downloads
Walter Oi
Productivity and the business cycle pp. 421-444 Downloads
Robert Hall
Trading uncertainty, markups, and productivity A comment on hall's paper pp. 445-452 Downloads
Benjamin Eden

Volume 26, issue 1, 1987

Introduction to the series pp. v Downloads
K. Brunner and Allan Meltzer
Bubbles and other essays pp. 1-8 Downloads
Karl Brunner and Allan Meltzer
Speculation and the volatility of foreign currency exchange rates pp. 9-56 Downloads
Kenneth Singleton
Comments on speculation and the volatility of foreign currency exchange rates pp. 57-62 Downloads
Robert P. Flood
Temporal aggregation and structural inference in macroeconomics pp. 63-130 Downloads
Lawrence Christiano and Martin Eichenbaum
Temporal aggregation and structural inference in macroeconomics a comment pp. 131-139 Downloads
Stock], James H.
Reputational constraints on monetary policy pp. 141-181 Downloads
Kenneth Rogoff
Reputational constraints on monetary policy a comment pp. 183-190 Downloads
Guido Tabellini
Why do governments prefer nontariff barriers? pp. 191-216 Downloads
Alan Deardorff
Why do governments prefer nontariff barriers? A comment on deardorff pp. 217-221 Downloads
Rachel McCulloch
Could thrifts be profitable? Theoretical and empirical evidence pp. 223-281 Downloads
Alan C. Hess
Could thrifts be profitable? Theoretical and empirical evidence Comment on the paper by Alan Hess pp. 283-287 Downloads
George G. Kaufman
Bank deregulation, credit markets, and the control of capital pp. 289-333 Downloads
Gary Gorton and Joseph Haubrich
Comments on Gorton and Haubrich pp. 335-343 Downloads
David Romer
Assessing deregulation: Further considerations A reply to David Romer pp. 345-348 Downloads
Gary Gorton and Joseph Haubrich

Volume 25, issue 1, 1986

Introduction to the series pp. v Downloads
K. Brunner and Allan Meltzer
Real business cycles, real exchange rates, and actual policies pp. 1-10 Downloads
Karl Brunner and Allan Meltzer
Theory ahead of business-cycle measurement pp. 11-44 Downloads
Edward Prescott
Theory ahead of business cycle measurement A comment on Prescott pp. 45-47 Downloads
Kenneth Rogoff
Alternative explanations of the money-income correlation pp. 49-99 Downloads
Ben Bernanke
Money and business cycles: Comments on Bernanke and related literature pp. 101-115 Downloads
Robert King
Nominal exchange rate regimes and the behavior of real exchange rates: Evidence and implications pp. 117-214 Downloads
Michael Mussa
Real exchange rates and deviations from purchasing power parity under floating exchange rates A comment pp. 215-220 Downloads
Stanley Black
The illusion of stabilization policy? pp. 221-235 Downloads
Steven L. Green and Herschel Grossman
Shocks and stabilization policy: Illusions and issues A comment on the Green and Grossman paper pp. 237-243 Downloads
Raymond E. Lombra
Ideas, institutions, and political economy: A plea for disestablishment pp. 245-257 Downloads
James Buchanan
A reflection on the role of the council of economic advisers pp. 259-263 Downloads
William A. Niskanen
The council of economic advisers: Conscience or advocate? pp. 265-277 Downloads
William Nordhaus
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