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Journal of Monetary Economics

1975 - 2024

Continuation of Carnegie-Rochester Conference Series on Public Policy.

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

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Volume 142, issue C, 2024

Why do rational investors like variance at the peak of a crisis? A learning-based explanation Downloads
Mohammad Ghaderi, Mete Kilic and Sang Byung Seo
Marginal tax rates and income in the long run: Evidence from a structural estimation Downloads
Patrick Macnamara, Myroslav Pidkuyko and Raffaele Rossi
More than words: Fed Chairs’ communication during congressional testimonies Downloads
Michelle Alexopoulos, Xinfen Han, Oleksiy Kryvtsov and Xu Zhang
The chronology of Brexit and UK monetary policy Downloads
Martin Geiger and Jochen Güntner
Haste makes waste? Quantity-based subsidies under heterogeneous innovations Downloads
Linyi Cao, Helu Jiang, Guangwei Li and Lijun Zhu
Optimal monetary policy with r∗<0 Downloads
Roberto Billi, Jordi Galí and Anton Nakov
Credit constraints and firms’ decisions: Lessons from the COVID-19 outbreak Downloads
Pierluigi Balduzzi, Emanuele Brancati, Marco Brianti and Fabio Schiantarelli
The emergence of procyclical fertility: The role of breadwinner women Downloads
Sena Coskun and Husnu C. Dalgic

Volume 141, issue C, 2024

Critique and consequence pp. 2-13 Downloads
Thomas J. Sargent
Fencing off Silicon Valley: Cross-border venture capital and technology spillovers pp. 14-39 Downloads
Ufuk Akcigit, Sina T. Ates, Josh Lerner, Richard R. Townsend and Yulia Zhestkova
Fencing off silicon valley: Cross-border venture capital and technology spillovers pp. 40-41 Downloads
Samuel Kortum
Trade wars and industrial policy competitions: Understanding the US-China economic conflicts pp. 42-58 Downloads
Jiandong Ju, Hong Ma, Zi Wang and Xiaodong Zhu
Comment on trade wars and industrial policy competitions: understanding the U.S.-China economic conflicts pp. 59-61 Downloads
Fernando Parro
On wars, sanctions, and sovereign default pp. 62-70 Downloads
Javier Bianchi and Cesar Sosa-Padilla
Comment on “On Wars, Sanctions, and Sovereign Default” by Javier Bianchi and César Sosa-Padilla pp. 71-73 Downloads
Gabriel Mihalache
Optimal taxation of multinational enterprises: A Ramsey approach pp. 74-97 Downloads
Sebastian Dyrda, Guangbin Hong and Joseph Steinberg
Comment on: “Optimal Taxation of Multinational Enterprises: A Ramsey Approach”, by Sebastian Dyrda, Guangbin Hong, and Joseph B. Steinberg pp. 98-100 Downloads
Ana Maria Santacreu
International tax competition with rising intangible capital and financial globalization pp. 101-120 Downloads
Vincenzo Quadrini and José-Víctor Ríos-Rull
Comment on: “International tax competition with rising intangible capital and financial globalization” by Vincenzo Quadrini and José-Victor Ríos-Rull pp. 121-126 Downloads
Fabrizio Perri
The international spillovers of synchronous monetary tightening pp. 127-152 Downloads
Dario Caldara, Francesco Ferrante, Matteo Iacoviello, Andrea Prestipino and Albert Queralto
Comment on: “The International Spillovers of Synchronous Monetary Tightening” by Dario Caldara, Francesco Ferrante, Matteo Iacoviello, Andrea Prestipino, and Albert Queralto pp. 153-156 Downloads
Giancarlo Corsetti
Is a fiscal union optimal for a monetary union? pp. 157-177 Downloads
Rafael Berriel, Eugenia Gonzalez-Aguado, Patrick Kehoe and Elena Pastorino

Volume 140, issue S, 2023

Price setting on the two sides of the Atlantic - Evidence from supermarket scanner data pp. S1-S17 Downloads
Peter Karadi, Juergen Amann, Javier Sánchez Bachiller, Pascal Seiler and Jesse Wursten
The scars of supply shocks: Implications for monetary policy pp. S18-S36 Downloads
Luca Fornaro and Martin Wolf
Monetary policy & anchored expectations—An endogenous gain learning model pp. S37-S47 Downloads
Laura Gáti
Endogenous uncertainty and the macroeconomic impact of shocks to inflation expectations pp. S48-S63 Downloads
Guido Ascari, Stefano Fasani, Jakob Grazzini and Lorenza Rossi
The inflationary effects of sectoral reallocation pp. S64-S81 Downloads
Francesco Ferrante, Sebastian Graves and Matteo Iacoviello
Undisclosed material inflation risk pp. S82-S100 Downloads
Yaniv Konchitchki and Jin Xie
Understanding post-COVID inflation dynamics pp. S101-S118 Downloads
Martín Harding, Jesper Lindé and Mathias Trabandt

Volume 140, issue C, 2023

Consumption heterogeneity and monetary policy in an open economy pp. 1-15 Downloads
Sihao Chen, Michael Devereux, Kang Shi and Juanyi Xu
The effectiveness of a negative interest rate policy pp. 16-33 Downloads
Marco Onofri, Gert Peersman and Frank Smets
Health versus wealth: On the distributional effects of controlling a pandemic pp. 34-59 Downloads
Andrew Glover, Jonathan Heathcote, Dirk Krueger and José-Víctor Ríos-Rull
Uncertainty, imperfect information, and expectation formation over the firm’s life cycle pp. 60-77 Downloads
Cheng Chen, Tatsuro Senga, Chang Sun and Hongyong Zhang
Long-lived employment effects of delays in emergency financing for small businesses pp. 78-91 Downloads
Cynthia Doniger and Benjamin Kay
The economic effects of firm-level uncertainty: Evidence using subjective expectations pp. 92-105 Downloads
Giuseppe Fiori and Filippo Scoccianti
The long-run redistributive effects of monetary policy pp. 106-123 Downloads
Christian Bustamante
Identifying sectoral shocks and their role in business cycles pp. 124-141 Downloads
Ferre De Graeve and Jan David Schneider

Volume 139, issue C, 2023

The real effects of monetary shocks: Evidence from micro pricing moments pp. 1-20 Downloads
Gee Hee Hong, Matthew Klepacz, Ernesto Pasten and Raphael Schoenle
Financial heterogeneity and monetary union pp. 21-40 Downloads
Simon Gilchrist, Raphael Schoenle, Jae Sim and Egon Zakrajšek
Heterogeneous beliefs and the Phillips curve pp. 41-54 Downloads
Roland Meeks and Francesca Monti
The macroeconomic announcement premium and information environment pp. 55-73 Downloads
Chu Zhang and Shen Zhao
Financial crises and shadow banks: A quantitative analysis pp. 74-92 Downloads
Matthias Rottner
Subsidizing startups under imperfect information pp. 93-109 Downloads
Davide Melcangi and Javier Turen
Let's face it: Quantifying the impact of nonverbal communication in FOMC press conferences pp. 110-126 Downloads
Filippo Curti and Sophia Kazinnik
A model of retail banking and the deposits channel of monetary policy pp. 127-147 Downloads
Michael Choi and Guillaume Rocheteau

Volume 138, issue C, 2023

Local information and firm expectations about aggregates pp. 1-13 Downloads
Jonas Dovern, Lena Sophia Müller and Klaus Wohlrabe
Deposit market power, funding stability and long-term credit pp. 14-30 Downloads
Lei Li, Elena Loutskina and Philip E. Strahan
Inefficient international risk-sharing pp. 31-49 Downloads
Daeha Cho, Kwang Hwan Kim and Suk Joon Kim
What matters in households’ inflation expectations? pp. 50-68 Downloads
Philippe Andrade, Erwan Gautier and Eric Mengus
Average inflation targeting: Time inconsistency and ambiguous communication pp. 69-86 Downloads
Chengcheng Jia and Jing Cynthia Wu
The signalling channel of negative interest rates pp. 87-103 Downloads
Oliver de Groot and Alexander Haas
Decrypting new age international capital flows pp. 104-122 Downloads
Clemens Graf von Luckner, Carmen M. Reinhart and Kenneth Rogoff
What does anticipated monetary policy do? pp. 123-139 Downloads
D’Amico, Stefania and Thomas King
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