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2007, volume 21, articles May

Modern macroeconomics in practice: how theory is shaping monetary policy pp. 6-28 Downloads
Varadarajan Chari and Patrick Kehoe

2006, volume 20, articles May

Giving aid effectively pp. 4-28 Downloads
Nancy Stokey

2005, volume 19, articles 1

The transformation of macroeconomic policy and research pp. 6-27 Downloads
Edward Prescott

2004, volume 18, articles May

The Industrial Revolution: past and future pp. 5-20 Downloads
Robert Lucas

2003, volume 17, articles 1

Between two worlds: how do credit markets work? pp. 4-15 Downloads
David Fettig and Arthur J. Rolnick

2002, volume 16, articles 1

Mortgage rates, homeownership rates, and government-sponsored enterprises pp. 4-23 Downloads
Ron J. Feldman

2001, volume 15, articles Apr

Thoughts on the Fed's role in the payments system pp. 6-27 Downloads
Edward Green and Richard M. Todd


Asking the right questions about the IMF pp. 3-26 Downloads
Varadarajan Chari and Patrick Kehoe

1998, volume 12, articles Mar

Fixing FDICIA: a plan to address the too-big-to-fail problem pp. 2-22 Downloads
Ron J. Feldman and Arthur J. Rolnick

1997, volume 11, articles Mar

Breaking down the barriers to technological progress: how U.S. policy can promote higher economic growth pp. 2-18 Downloads
Preston J. Miller and James Schmitz

1996, volume 10, articles Mar

Formulating a consistent approach to monetary policy pp. 2-19 Downloads
Gary H. Stern

1995, volume 9, articles Mar

Congress should end the economic war between the states pp. 2-20 Downloads
Melvin Burstein and Arthur J. Rolnick

1993, articles Dec

The high cost of being fair pp. 2-18 Downloads
Preston J. Miller

1992, articles Dec

Banking's middle ground: balancing excessive regulation and taxpayer risk Downloads
Gary H. Stern


Dichotomy becomes reality: ten years of Federal Reserve as regulator and competitor Downloads
Leonard W. Fernelius and David Fettig


Playing by the rules: a proposal for federal budget reform Downloads
Varadarajan Chari and Preston J. Miller


A case for fixing exchange rates Downloads
Arthur J. Rolnick and Warren Weber


A case for reforming federal deposit insurance Downloads
John H. Boyd and Arthur J. Rolnick


Achieving economic stability: lessons from the Crash of 1929 Downloads
Gary H. Stern


The unpleasant arithmetic of budget and trade deficits Downloads
Gary H. Stern


The Fed's money supply ranges: still useful after all these years pp. 3-15 Downloads
Gary H. Stern


The transition to low inflation: progress and pressures Downloads
Gary H. Stern


Economic prosperity: an eclectic view Downloads
E. Gerald Corrigan


Are banks special? Downloads
E. Gerald Corrigan


Meeting the challenges of a new banking era Downloads
Evelyn F. Carroll and E. Gerald Corrigan


A new law, a new era Downloads
E. Gerald Corrigan


The tax cut illusion Downloads
Preston J. Miller


Eliminating policy surprises: an inexpensive way to beat inflation Downloads
Mark H. Willes


Rational expectations - fresh ideas that challenge some established views of policy making Downloads
Clarence W. Nelson


Perspectives on Federal Reserve independence - a changing structure for changing times Downloads
Bruce K. MacLaury


Monetary policy for 1976 - a primer Downloads
Bruce K. MacLaury and Clarence W. Nelson


The limping giant: the American economy 1974-75 Downloads
Bruce K. MacLaury
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