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1982, issue Dec

The new system of contemporaneous reserve requirements pp. 3-7 Downloads
R. Gilbert and Michael Trebing
The Fed and the real rate of interest pp. 8-19 Downloads
G. J. Santoni and Courtenay C. Stone

1982, issue Nov

The puzzling behavior of business loans in the current recession pp. 3-10 Downloads
R. Gilbert
Good intentions, cheap food and counterpart funds pp. 11-18 Downloads
Clifton B. Luttrell
A perspective on the economics of natural gas decontrol pp. 19-31 Downloads
Mack Ott and John Tatom

1982, issue Oct

Is it time to give up the fight against inflation? pp. 3-6 Downloads
Lawrence Roos
The mix of monetary and fiscal policies: conventional wisdom vs. empirical reality pp. 7-21 Downloads
Keith Carlson
Simple analytics of the money supply process and monetary control pp. 22-39 Downloads
Daniel Thornton

1982, issue Aug

The strong U.S. dollar: A dilemma for foreign monetary authorities pp. 3-12 Downloads
Dallas S. Batten and James E. Kamphoefner
The link between money and prices in an open economy: the Canadian evidence from 1971 to 1980 pp. 13-23 Downloads
Michael Bordo and Ehsan Choudhri
Does "tight" monetary policy hurt U.S. exports? pp. 24-27 Downloads
Dallas S. Batten and Clifton B. Luttrell
Money and inflation in Israel: the transition of an economy to high inflation pp. 28-40 Downloads
Zalman F. Shiffer

1982, issue Jun

The discount rate and market interest rates: what's the connection? pp. 3-14 Downloads
Daniel Thornton
Inflation misinformation and monetary policy pp. 15-26 Downloads
Lawrence Davidson
Short-run money growth volatility: evidence of misbehaving money demand? pp. 27-36 Downloads
Scott Hein

1982, issue May

A monetary analysis of the administration's budget and economic projections pp. 3-14 Downloads
Keith Carlson
Short-run monetary growth fluctuations and real economic activity: some implications for monetary targeting pp. 15-20 Downloads
Dallas S. Batten and Rik Hafer
Money, credit and velocity pp. 21-34 Downloads
Mack Ott

1982, issue Apr

The FOMC in 1981: monetary control in a changing financial environment pp. 3-22 Downloads
Daniel Thornton
Recent financial innovations: have they distorted the meaning of M1? pp. 23-35 Downloads
John Tatom

1982, issue Mar

Monetary policy and stock returns: are stock markets efficient? pp. 3-12 Downloads
Lawrence Davidson and Richard T. Froyen
Monetary policy and short-term real rates of interest pp. 13-19 Downloads
Rik Hafer and Scott Hein
Central banks' demand for foreign reserves under fixed and floating exchange rates pp. 20-30 Downloads
Dallas S. Batten

1982, issue Feb

The three-year experience with the community reinvestment act pp. 3-10 Downloads
Norman N. Bowsher
The shift in money demand: what really happened? pp. 11-16 Downloads
Rik Hafer and Scott Hein

1982, issue Jan

Potential output and the recent productivity decline pp. 3-16 Downloads
John Tatom
The role of fiscal policy in the St. Louis equation pp. 17-22 Downloads
Rik Hafer
Food and agriculture - current situation and prospects for 1982 pp. 23-29 Downloads
Clifton B. Luttrell

1981, issue Dec

Will the removal of Regulation Q raise mortgage interest rates? pp. 3-12 Downloads
R. Gilbert
A comparison of the St. Louis Model and two variations: predictive performance and policy implications pp. 13-25 Downloads
Laurence H. Meyer and Chris Varvares

1981, issue Nov

What really happened to interest rates? a longer-run analysis pp. 3-14 Downloads
G. J. Santoni and Courtenay C. Stone
Trends in federal spending: 1955-86 pp. 15-24 Downloads
Keith Carlson
The voluntary automobile import agreement with Japan - more protectionism pp. 25-30 Downloads
Clifton B. Luttrell

1981, issue Oct

Lessons we can learn pp. 3-6 Downloads
Lawrence Roos
Money growth stability and inflation: an international comparison pp. 7-12 Downloads
Dallas S. Batten
Much ado about M2 pp. 13-18 Downloads
Rik Hafer

1981, issue Aug

The FOMC in 1980: a year of reserve targeting pp. 2-22 Downloads
R. Gilbert and Michael Trebing
Grain export agreements - no gains, no losses pp. 23-29 Downloads
Clifton B. Luttrell

1981, issue Jun

Indexation of social security benefits - a reform in need of reform pp. 3-10 Downloads
Neil A. Stevens
Why the median-priced home costs so much pp. 11-19 Downloads
Scott Hein and James C. Lamb
Inflation: the cost-push myth pp. 20-27 Downloads
Dallas S. Batten

1981, issue May

The classical gold standard: some lessons for today pp. 2-17 Downloads
Michael Bordo
We are all supply-siders now! pp. 18-30 Downloads
John Tatom
Trends in federal revenues: 1955-86 pp. 31-39 Downloads
Keith Carlson

1981, issue Apr

How controllable is money growth pp. 3-12 Downloads
Anatol Balbach
A bushel of wheat for a barrel of oil: can we offset OPEC's gain with a grain cartel? pp. 13-21 Downloads
Clifton B. Luttrell
Foreign exchange markets: the dollar in 1980 pp. 22-30 Downloads
Dallas S. Batten

1981, issue Mar

Deficits and inflation pp. 3-10 Downloads
Scott Hein
Navigating through the interest rate morass: some basic principles pp. 11-18 Downloads
G. J. Santoni and Courtenay C. Stone
The impact of energy prices and money growth on five industrial countries pp. 19-26 Downloads
Rik Hafer
Recent revisions of GNP pp. 27-32 Downloads
Keith Carlson

1981, issue Feb

The new bank-thrift competition: will it affect bank acquisition and merger analysis? pp. 3-11 Downloads
Michael Trebing
Selecting a monetary indicator: a test of the new monetary aggregates pp. 12-18 Downloads
Rik Hafer

1981, issue Jan

Energy prices and short-run economic performance pp. 3-17 Downloads
John Tatom
Unreal estimates of the real rate of interest pp. 18-26 Downloads
W. W. Brown and G. J. Santoni
Outlook for food and agriculture in 1981 pp. 27-32 Downloads
Neil A. Stevens
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