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2005, issue Nov

How predictable is Fed policy? pp. 659-68 Downloads
William Poole
Oil price volatility and U.S. macroeconomic activity pp. 669-84 Downloads
Hui Guo and Kevin Kliesen
An analysis of recent studies of the effect of foreign exchange intervention pp. 685-718 Downloads
Christopher Neely
Discrete monetary policy changes and changing inflation targets in estimated dynamic stochastic general equilibrium models pp. 719-34 Downloads
Anatoliy Belaygorod and Michael Dueker
Revisions to user costs for the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis monetary services indices pp. 735-50 Downloads
Richard Anderson and Jason J. Buol

2005, issue Sep

Understanding the term structure of interest rates pp. 589-596 Downloads
William Poole
Targeting versus instrument rules for monetary policy pp. 597-612 Downloads
Bennett McCallum and Edward Nelson
Targeting versus instrument rules for monetary policy: what is wrong with McCallum and Nelson? pp. 613-626 Downloads
Lars Svensson
Commentary on "targeting versus instrument rules for monetary policy: what is wrong with McCallum and Nelson?" pp. 627-632 Downloads
Bennett McCallum and Edward Nelson
The monetary instrument matters pp. 633-658 Downloads
William Gavin, Benjamin Keen and Michael Pakko

2005, issue Jul

President's message pp. 427-428 Downloads
William Poole
Editor's introduction pp. 429-434 Downloads
Michael Owyang
What's real about the business cycle? pp. 435-452 Downloads
James Hamilton
Commentary on "what's real about the business cycle?" pp. 453-458 Downloads
Mark Watson
Trends in hours, balanced growth, and the role of technology in the business cycle pp. 459-486 Downloads
Jordi Gali
Commentary on "trends in hours, balanced growth, and the role of technology in the business cycle" pp. 487-492 Downloads
Christopher Sims
The cyclicality of hires, separations, and job-to-job transitions pp. 493-508 Downloads
Robert Shimer
Commentary on "the cyclicality of hires, separations, and job-to-job transitions" pp. 509-512 Downloads
Randall Wright
Reexamining the monetarist critique of interest rate rules pp. 513-530 Downloads
Robert King and Mau-Ting Lin
Commentary on "reexamining the monetarist critique of interest rate rule" pp. 531-536 Downloads
Julio Rotemberg
Productivity and the post-1990 U.S. economy pp. 537-550 Downloads
Ellen McGrattan and Edward Prescott
Commentary on "productivity and the post-1990 U.S. economy" pp. 551-554 Downloads
Ricardo Caballero
Organizational dynamics over the business cycle: a view on jobless recoveries pp. 555-580 Downloads
Kathryn Koenders and Richard Rogerson
Commentary on "organizational dynamics over the business cycle: a view on jobless recoveries" pp. 581-587 Downloads
Fernando Alvarez

2005, issue May

An introduction to two-rate taxation of land and buildings pp. 359-374 Downloads
Jeffrey Cohen and Cletus Coughlin
Evidence on wage inequality, worker education, and technology pp. 375-393 Downloads
Christopher Wheeler
Monetary policy and commodity futures pp. 395-405 Downloads
Michelle T. Armesto and William Gavin
Using implied volatility to measure uncertainty about interest rates pp. 407-425 Downloads
Christopher Neely

2005, issue Mar

Communication, transparency, accountability: monetary policy in the twenty-first century pp. 65-83 Downloads
Otmar Issing
GSE Risks pp. 85-91 Downloads
William Poole
The FOMC: preferences, voting, and consensus pp. 93-101 Downloads
Ellen Meade
Social security versus private retirement accounts: a historical analysis pp. 103-121 Downloads
Thomas Garrett and Russell M. Rhine
Does consumer sentiment predict regional consumption? pp. 123-135 Downloads
Thomas Garrett, Ruben Hernandez-Murillo and Michael Owyang
Chairman's remarks pp. 137-138 Downloads
Alan Greenspan
Origins of the Great Inflation pp. 145-176 Downloads
Allan Meltzer
Commentary on "Origins of the Great Inflation" pp. 177-186 Downloads
Christina Romer
The reform of October 1979: how it happened and why pp. 187-236 Downloads
David E. Lindsey, Athanasios Orphanides and Robert Rasche
Commentary on "the reform of October 1979: how it happened and why" pp. 237-242 Downloads
Stephen H. Axilrod
The monetary policy debate since October 1979: lessons for theory and practice pp. 243-262 Downloads
Marvin Goodfriend
Commentary on "the monetary policy debate since October 1979: lessons for theory and practice" pp. 263-268 Downloads
Laurence Ball
The international implications of October 1979: toward a long boom on a global scale pp. 269-276 Downloads
John Taylor
Panel discussion I: what have we learned since October 1979? pp. 277-292 Downloads
Ben Bernanke, Alan Blinder and Bennett McCallum
Panel discussion II: safeguarding good policy practice pp. 293-306 Downloads
Roger W. Ferguson, Charles A. E. Goodhart and William Poole
Reflections on the October 6, 1979, meeting of the FOMC pp. 307-310 Downloads
Robert P. Black
Personal recollections pp. 311-312 Downloads
Philip E. Coldwell
Reflection on the FOMC meeting of October 6, 1979 pp. 313-316 Downloads
Joseph H. Coyne
Reflections on October 6, 1979, and its aftermath pp. 317-322 Downloads
Charles Freedman
What remains from the Volcker experiment? pp. 323-328 Downloads
Benjamin M. Friedman
Why did the Great Inflation not happen in Germany? pp. 329-336 Downloads
Otmar Issing
The international consequences of the 1979 U.S. monetary policy switch: the case of Switzerland pp. 337-342 Downloads
Georg Rich
The changing role of the Federal Reserve pp. 343-348 Downloads
Frederick H. Schultz
Aftermath of the monetarist clash with the federal reserve before and during the Volcker era pp. 349-352 Downloads
Anna Schwartz
Reflections pp. 353-358 Downloads
Edwin Truman

2005, issue Jan

FOMC transparency pp. 1-9 Downloads
William Poole
The diffusion of electronic business in the United States pp. 11-34 Downloads
Emin Dinlersoz and Ruben Hernandez-Murillo
Stock return and interest rate risk at Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac pp. 35-48 Downloads
Frank A. Schmid
Controlling for heterogeneity in gravity models of trade and integration pp. 49-63 Downloads
I-Hui Cheng and Howard Wall
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