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Journal of Monetary Economics

1975 - 2019

Continuation of Carnegie-Rochester Conference Series on Public Policy.

Current editor(s): R. G. King and C. I. Plosser

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Volume 102, issue C, 2019

Forward guidance pp. 1-23 Downloads
Marcus Hagedorn, Jinfeng Luo, Iourii Manovskii and Kurt Mitman
Forward guidance a Comment pp. 24-28 Downloads
Jeffrey M. Lacker
Practical policy evaluation pp. 29-45 Downloads
Narayana R. Kocherlakota
Discussion: Practical policy evaluation pp. 46-52 Downloads
Harold L. Cole
On the mechanics of New-Keynesian models pp. 53-69 Downloads
Peter Rupert and Roman Šustek
Long and Plosser meet Bewley and Lucas pp. 70-92 Downloads
Feng Dong and Yi Wen
Comment on Long and Plosser meet Bewley and Lucas pp. 93-95 Downloads
Aubhik Khan
Trading down and the business cycle pp. 96-121 Downloads
Nir Jaimovich, Sergio Rebelo and Arlene Wong
The optimal public and private provision of safe assets pp. 126-144 Downloads
Marina Azzimonti and Pierre Yared
Comments on “Optimal supply of public and private liquidity” by Marina Azzimonti and Pierre Yared pp. 145-152 Downloads
Saki Bigio

Volume 101, issue C, 2019

The systematic component of monetary policy in SVARs: An agnostic identification procedure pp. 1-13 Downloads
Jonas E. Arias, Dario Caldara and Rubio-Ramírez, Juan F.
Interest on reserves, interbank lending, and monetary policy pp. 14-30 Downloads
Stephen D. Williamson
Financial regimes and uncertainty shocks pp. 31-46 Downloads
Piergiorgio Alessandri and Haroon Mumtaz
Growth, slowdowns, and recoveries pp. 47-63 Downloads
Francesco Bianchi, Howard Kung and Gonzalo Morales
Macroeconomic policy games pp. 64-81 Downloads
Martin Bodenstein, Luca Guerrieri and Joe LaBriola
Time-varying business volatility and the price setting of firms pp. 82-99 Downloads
Ruediger Bachmann, Benjamin Born, Steffen Elstner and Christian Grimme
Risky lending, bank leverage and unconventional monetary policy pp. 100-127 Downloads
Francesco Ferrante
Fixed adjustment costs and aggregate fluctuations pp. 128-147 Downloads
Michael Elsby and Ryan Michaels

Volume 100, issue C, 2018

What are uncertainty shocks? pp. 1-15 Downloads
Nicholas Kozeniauskas, Anna Orlik and Laura Veldkamp
Anomalies and market (dis)integration pp. 16-34 Downloads
Jaewon Choi and Yongjun Kim
Lack of preparation for rare events pp. 35-47 Downloads
Bartosz Maćkowiak and Mirko Wiederholt
Inference in structural vector autoregressions when the identifying assumptions are not fully believed: Re-evaluating the role of monetary policy in economic fluctuations pp. 48-65 Downloads
Christiane Baumeister and James D. Hamilton
Is increased price flexibility stabilizing? Redux pp. 66-82 Downloads
Saroj Bhattarai, Gauti Eggertsson and Raphael Schoenle
Globalization and the increasing correlation between capital inflows and outflows pp. 83-100 Downloads
Jonathan Davis and Eric Van Wincoop
Confidence banking and strategic default pp. 101-113 Downloads
Guillermo Ordoñez
The optimal inflation rate under Schumpeterian growth pp. 114-125 Downloads
Koki Oikawa and Kozo Ueda

Volume 99, issue C, 2018

Declining labor turnover and turbulence pp. 1-19 Downloads
Shigeru Fujita
Exit strategies for monetary policy pp. 20-40 Downloads
Aleksander Berentsen, Sébastien Kraenzlin and Benjamin Müller
Functional Approximation of Impulse Responses pp. 41-55 Downloads
Régis Barnichon and Christian Matthes
On the welfare and cyclical implications of moderate trend inflation pp. 56-71 Downloads
Guido Ascari, Louis Phaneuf and Eric R. Sims
Changes in monetary regimes and the identification of monetary policy shocks: Narrative evidence from Canada pp. 72-87 Downloads
Julien Champagne and Rodrigo Sekkel
Sovereign defaults and banking crises pp. 88-105 Downloads
Cesar Sosa-Padilla
Fluctuating attention and financial contagion pp. 106-123 Downloads
Michael Hasler and Chayawat Ornthanalai
The transmission of monetary policy through redistributions and durable purchases pp. 124-137 Downloads
Vincent Sterk and Silvana Tenreyro

Volume 98, issue C, 2018

Equilibrium selection, observability and backward-stable solutions pp. 1-10 Downloads
George W Evans and Bruce McGough
Downward nominal wage rigidity and state-dependent government spending multipliers pp. 11-26 Downloads
Wenyi Shen and Shu-Chun S. Yang
Market thickness and the impact of unemployment on housing market outcomes pp. 27-49 Downloads
Li Gan, Pengfei Wang and Qinghua Zhang
A simple general equilibrium model of large excess reserves pp. 50-65 Downloads
Huberto Ennis
Trust in the monetary authority pp. 66-79 Downloads
Dirk Bursian and Ester Faia
Interest rate risk and bank equity valuations pp. 80-97 Downloads
William B. English, Skander Van den Heuvel and Egon Zakrajsek
Banks, government Bonds, and Default: What do the data Say? pp. 98-113 Downloads
Nicola Gennaioli, Alberto Martin and Stefano Rossi
Open market operations pp. 114-128 Downloads
Guillaume Rocheteau, Randall Wright and Sylvia Xiaolin Xiao

Volume 97, issue C, 2018

Computerizing industries and routinizing jobs: Explaining trends in aggregate productivity pp. 1-21 Downloads
Sangmin Aum, Sang Yoon (Tim) Lee and Yongseok Shin
Comment on “Computerizing industries and routinizing jobs: Explaining trends in aggregate productivity” by Sangmin Aum, Sang Yoon (Tim) Lee and Yongseok Shin pp. 22-28 Downloads
Matthias Kehrig
Short-run pain, long-run gain? Recessions and technological transformation pp. 29-44 Downloads
Alexandr Kopytov, Nikolai Roussanov and Mathieu Taschereau-Dumouchel
Comment on “Short-run pain, long-run gain? Recessions and technological transformation” pp. 45-47 Downloads
Henry Siu
New technologies and the labor market pp. 48-67 Downloads
Enghin Atalay, Phai Phongthiengtham, Sebastian Sotelo and Daniel Tannenbaum
Discussion for JME special issue: APST paper pp. 68-70 Downloads
Brad Hershbein
Big data in finance and the growth of large firms pp. 71-87 Downloads
Juliane Begenau, Maryam Farboodi and Laura Veldkamp
Comments on: Big data in finance and the growth of large firms, by Juliane Begenau & Maryam Farboodi & Laura Veldkamp pp. 88-90 Downloads
Bryan R. Routledge
Structural transformation and the rise of information technology pp. 91-110 Downloads
Giovanni Gallipoli and Christos A. Makridis
Comment on “Structural transformation and the rise of information technology” by Gallipoli and Makridis pp. 111-116 Downloads
Benjamin Pugsley
Should we fear the robot revolution? (The correct answer is yes) pp. 117-148 Downloads
Andrew Berg, Edward F. Buffie and Luis-Felipe Zanna
Comment on “Should we fear the robot revolution? (The correct answer is yes)” by Andrew Berg, Ed Buffie, and Felipe Zanna pp. 149-152 Downloads
Douglas Hanley
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