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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 24, issue 1, 1986

Introduction to the series pp. v Downloads
K. Brunner and Allan Meltzer
The national bureau method, International capital mobility, and other essays pp. 1-10 Downloads
Karl Brunner and Allan Meltzer
Is there a cyclical time unit? pp. 11-48 Downloads
Salih Neftci
Is there a cyclical time unit? A comment pp. 49-53 Downloads
Julio Rotemberg
Capital mobility in the world economy: Theory and measurement pp. 55-103 Downloads
Maurice Obstfeld
Capital mobility in the world economy: Theory and measurement A comment pp. 105-113 Downloads
René Stulz
Conditions in which very rapid inflation has appeared pp. 115-168 Downloads
Forrest Capie
Conditions in which very rapid inflation has appeared A comment pp. 169-177 Downloads
Michele Fratianni
Deposit deregulation and monetary policy pp. 179-224 Downloads
Anthony M. Santomero and Jeremy J. Siegel
Deposit deregulation and monetary policy A comment pp. 225-230 Downloads
William Poole
Monetary policy regime shifts and the unusual behavior of real interest rates pp. 231-274 Downloads
John Huizinga and Frederic Mishkin
The time series behavior of real interest rates A comment pp. 275-287 Downloads
G. Schwert
How robust are the results? A reply pp. 289-302 Downloads
John Huizinga and Frederic Mishkin
Does the potency of monetary policy vary with capacity utilization? pp. 303-331 Downloads
Paul Evans
Does the potency of monetary policy vary with capacity utilization? A comment pp. 333-337 Downloads
Joseph Haubrich

Volume 23, issue 1, 1985

Introduction to the series pp. v Downloads
K. Brunner and Allan Meltzer
The "new monetary economics," fiscal issues, and unemployment pp. 1-12 Downloads
Karl Brunner and Allan Meltzer
Bank deregulation, accounting systems of exchange, and the unit of account: A critical review pp. 13-45 Downloads
Bennett McCallum
Bank deregulation, accounting systems of exchange, and the unit of account: A critical review A comment on the McCallum paper pp. 47-53 Downloads
Robert Barro
Public debt and United States saving: A new test of the neutrality hypothesis pp. 55-86 Downloads
Michael J. Boskin and Laurence Kotlikoff
Public debt policies and united states saving A comment pp. 87-89 Downloads
Paul Romer
Macroeconomic effects of fiscal policy pp. 91-138 Downloads
David Aschauer and Jeremy Greenwood
Macroeconomic effects of fiscal policy A comment pp. 139-141 Downloads
Varadarajan Chari
Unemployment, real wages, and aggregate demand in Europe, Japan and the United States pp. 143-202 Downloads
Richard Layard and Stephen Nickell
Comments on the Layard-Nickell model of unemployment and real wages pp. 203-209 Downloads
Walter Oi
Reinterpreting money demand regressions Errata pp. 211-212 Downloads
Marvin Goodfriend

Volume 22, issue 1, 1985

Introduction to the series pp. v Downloads
K. Brunner and Allan Meltzer
Understanding monetary regimes pp. 1-8 Downloads
Karl Brunner and Allan Meltzer
Macroeconomic time-series, business cycles and macroeconomic policies pp. 9-53 Downloads
René Stulz and Walter Wasserfallen
Macroeconomic time-series, business cycles, and macroeconomic policies A comment pp. 55-59 Downloads
Charles Nelson
What would nominal GNP targetting do to the business cycle? pp. 61-84 Downloads
John Taylor
What would nominal GNP targetting do to the business cycle? A comment pp. 85-87 Downloads
Robert Rasche
Choosing between M1 and debt as an intermediate target for monetary policy pp. 89-132 Downloads
Rik Hafer
Choosing between M1 and debt as an intermediate target for monetary policy A comment pp. 133-146 Downloads
Richard D. Porter
Money, deficits, and inflation pp. 147-195 Downloads
Robert King and Charles Plosser
Money, deficits, and inflation a comment pp. 197-205 Downloads
Gerald Dwyer
Reinterpreting money demand regressions pp. 207-241 Downloads
Marvin Goodfriend
Expectations and adjustment in the monetary sector revisited A comment pp. 243-254 Downloads
David Laidler
Vector autoregressions for causal inference? pp. 255-304 Downloads
Edward Leamer
Vector autoregressions for causal inference? comment pp. 305-318 Downloads
Martin Eichenbaum

Volume 21, issue 1, 1984

Essays on macroeconomic implications of financial and labor markets and political processes pp. 1-8 Downloads
Karl Brunner and Allan Meltzer
Money in a theory of finance pp. 9-46 Downloads
Robert Lucas
Money in a theory of finance: Some observations on the Lucas paper pp. 47-56 Downloads
Charles Plosser
Macroeconomics and finance: The role of the stock market pp. 57-108 Downloads
Stanley Fischer and Robert Merton
Macroeconomics and finance: The role of the stock market: A comment on the Fischer/Merton paper pp. 109-116 Downloads
Bennett McCallum
Macroeconomic analyses and microeconomic analyses of labor supply pp. 117-156 Downloads
Orley Ashenfelter
A comment of the Ashenfelter analysis of labor-market fluctuations pp. 157-172 Downloads
Walter Oi
Labor-force heterogeneity and the business cycle pp. 173-208 Downloads
Finn Kydland
Comments on the Ashenfelter and Kydland papers pp. 209-224 Downloads
James Heckman
A clarification: Using the growth model to account for fluctuations: Reply to James Heckman pp. 225-230 Downloads
Finn Kydland
Currents and countercurrents in political and economic thought pp. 231-252 Downloads
William Fellner
Currents and countercurrents in political and economic thought: A comment on the Fellner paper pp. 253-258 Downloads
Anna J. Schwatz
The United Kingdom: Political economy and macroeconomics pp. 259-280 Downloads
Alan A. Walters
The United Kingdom: Political economy and macroeconomics: A comment on the Walters paper pp. 281-293 Downloads
Michael Parkin
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