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Journal of Monetary Economics

1975 - 2022

Continuation of Carnegie-Rochester Conference Series on Public Policy.

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

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Volume 128, issue C, 2022

Market segmentation and spending multipliers pp. 1-19 Downloads
Christian Proebsting
Does fiscal policy matter for stock-bond return correlation? pp. 20-34 Downloads
Erica X.N. Li, Tao Zha, Ji Zhang and Hao Zhou
Optimal bailouts and the doom loop with a financial network pp. 35-50 Downloads
Agostino Capponi, Felix Corell and Joseph E. Stiglitz
Wealth accumulation, on-the-job search and inequality pp. 51-71 Downloads
Gaston Chaumont and Shouyong Shi
Self-enforcing contracts with persistence pp. 72-87 Downloads
Martin Dumav, William Fuchs and Jangwoo Lee
The importance of technology in banking during a crisis pp. 88-104 Downloads
Nicola Pierri and Yannick Timmer
Rational inattention, menu costs, and multi-product firms: Micro evidence and aggregate implications pp. 105-123 Downloads
Choongryul Yang
Inflation expectations of households and the upgrading channel pp. 124-138 Downloads
Sumit Agarwal, Yeow Hwee Chua and Changcheng Song

Volume 127, issue C, 2022

The unbearable lightness of equilibria in a low interest rate environment pp. 1-17 Downloads
Guido Ascari and Sophocles Mavroeidis
Will the AI revolution cause a great divergence? pp. 18-37 Downloads
Cristian Alonso, Andrew Berg, Siddharth Kothari, Chris Papageorgiou and Sidra Rehman
Are IMF rescue packages effective? A synthetic control analysis of macroeconomic crises pp. 38-53 Downloads
Kevin Kuruc
Central bank digital currency in an open economy pp. 54-68 Downloads
Massimo Ferrari Minesso, Arnaud Mehl and Livio Stracca
Central bank communication with non-experts – A road to nowhere? pp. 69-85 Downloads
Michael Ehrmann and Alena Wabitsch
Rising wealth inequality: Intergenerational links, entrepreneurship, and the decline in interest rate pp. 86-104 Downloads
Ayşe İmrohoroğlu and Kai Zhao

Volume 126, issue C, 2022

Demographics and the evolution of global imbalances pp. 1-14 Downloads
Michael Sposi
Resolving the missing deflation puzzle pp. 15-34 Downloads
Martín Harding, Jesper Lindé and Mathias Trabandt
Money runs pp. 35-57 Downloads
Jason Roderick Donaldson and Giorgia Piacentino
The collateral rule: Evidence from the credit default swap market pp. 58-86 Downloads
Agostino Capponi, Wan-Schwin Allen Cheng, Stefano Giglio and Richard Haynes
Is there news in inventories? pp. 87-104 Downloads
Christoph Görtz, Christopher Gunn and Thomas A. Lubik
Economic theories and macroeconomic reality pp. 105-117 Downloads
Francesca Loria, Christian Matthes and Mu-Chun Wang
Subjective intertemporal substitution pp. 118-133 Downloads
Richard K. Crump, Stefano Eusepi, Andrea Tambalotti and Giorgio Topa
Wealth redistribution in bubbles and crashes pp. 134-153 Downloads
Li An, Dong Lou and Donghui Shi
Capital and income inequality: An aggregate-demand complementarity pp. 154-169 Downloads
Florin O. Bilbiie, Diego R. Känzig and Paolo Surico
Loan types and the bank lending channel pp. 171-187 Downloads
Victoria Ivashina, Luc Laeven and Enrique Moral-Benito
Dynamics of bond and stock returns pp. 188-209 Downloads
Serhiy Kozak

Volume 125, issue C, 2022

Central banking challenges posed by uncertain climate change and natural disasters pp. 1-15 Downloads
Lars Peter Hansen
Fiscal and monetary stabilization policy at the zero lower bound: Consequences of limited foresight pp. 18-35 Downloads
Michael Woodford and Yinxi Xie
Comments on “Fiscal and monetary stabilization policy at the zero lower bound: Consequences of limited foresight” by Woodford and Xie pp. 36-39 Downloads
Chen Lian
No firm is an island? How industry conditions shape firms’ expectations pp. 40-56 Downloads
Philippe Andrade, Olivier Coibion, Erwan Gautier and Yuriy Gorodnichenko
Comment on “No firm is an island? How industry conditions shape firms’ expectations” by Philippe Andrade, Olivier Coibion, Erwan Gautier and Yuriy Gorodnichenko pp. 57-61 Downloads
Isabelle Salle
Designing central bank digital currencies pp. 62-79 Downloads
Itai Agur, Anil Ari and Dell’Ariccia, Giovanni
Cash: A Blessing or a curse? pp. 85-128 Downloads
Fernando Alvarez, David Argente, Rafael Jimenez and Francesco Lippi
The supply and demand for safe assets pp. 132-147 Downloads
Gary Gorton and Guillermo Ordoñez
Comment on “The supply and demand for safe assets” pp. 148-150 Downloads
Moritz Lenel
Optimal monetary policy and disclosure with an informationally-constrained central banker pp. 151-172 Downloads
Luigi Iovino, La’O, Jennifer and Rui Mascarenhas
Comment on Iovino, La’O and Mascarenhas, “Optimal Monetary Policy and Disclosure with an Informationally-Constrained Central Banker” pp. 173-181 Downloads
V.V. Chari and Luis Pérez
Central Bank Policy and the concentration of risk: Empirical estimates pp. 182-198 Downloads
Nuno Coimbra, Daisoon Kim and Hélène Rey
Comment on “central bank policy and the concentration of risk: Empirical estimates” by Nuno Coimbra, Daisoon Kim and Hélène Rey pp. 199-201 Downloads
Nina Boyarchenko

Volume 124, issue S, 2021

Debt sustainability in a low interest rate world pp. S1-S18 Downloads
Neil R. Mehrotra and Dmitriy Sergeyev
Kaldor and Piketty’s facts: The rise of monopoly power in the United States pp. S19-S38 Downloads
Gauti B. Eggertsson, Jacob A. Robbins and Ella Getz Wold
Misallocation or Mismeasurement? pp. S39-S56 Downloads
Mark Bils, Peter J. Klenow and Cian Ruane
Why have interest rates fallen far below the return on capital? pp. S57-S76 Downloads
Magali Marx, Benoit Mojon and Francois Velde
Entry costs and aggregate dynamics pp. S77-S91 Downloads
Germán Gutiérrez, Callum Jones and Thomas Philippon
Intangibles, markups, and the measurement of productivity growth pp. S92-S109 Downloads
Nicolas Crouzet and Janice Eberly

Volume 124, issue C, 2021

Inflation’s role in optimal monetary-fiscal policy pp. 1-18 Downloads
Eric M. Leeper and Xuan Zhou
The Treasury Market in Spring 2020 and the Response of the Federal Reserve pp. 19-47 Downloads
Annette Vissing-Jorgensen
Monetary policy surprises and their transmission through term premia and expected interest rates pp. 48-65 Downloads
Iryna Kaminska, Haroon Mumtaz and Roman Šustek
Secular stagnation, financial frictions, and land prices pp. 66-90 Downloads
Zhifeng Cai
US Fiscal cycle and the dollar pp. 91-106 Downloads
Zhengyang Jiang
Hitting the elusive inflation target pp. 107-122 Downloads
Francesco Bianchi, Leonardo Melosi and Matthias Rottner
Time preferences over the life cycle and household saving puzzles pp. 123-139 Downloads
Wataru Kureishi, Hannah Paule-Paludkiewicz, Hitoshi Tsujiyama and Midori Wakabayashi
Taylor rule estimation by OLS pp. 140-154 Downloads
Carlos Carvalho, Fernanda Nechio and Tiago Tristão
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