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2002, issue Fall

The phases of U.S. monetary policy: 1987 to 2001 pp. 1-17 Downloads
Marvin Goodfriend
Competition among bank regulators pp. 19-36 Downloads
John Weinberg
Structure from shocks pp. 37-47 Downloads
Michael Dotsey
Expectations and the term structure of interest rates: evidence and implications pp. 49-95 Downloads
Robert King and André Kurmann

2002, issue Sum

The economics of financial privacy: to opt out or to opt in? pp. 1-16 Downloads
Jeffrey Lacker
Survey measures of expected inflation: revisiting the issues of predictive content and rationality pp. 17-36 Downloads
Yash P. Mehra
Private money and counterfeiting pp. 37-57 Downloads
Stephen Williamson
Knut Wicksell and Gustav Cassel on the cumulative process and the price-stabilizing policy rule pp. 59-83 Downloads
Thomas M. Humphrey

2002, issue Spr

What can price theory say about the Community Reinvestment Act? pp. 1-27 Downloads
Robert L. Lacy and John Walter
German monetary history in the second half of the twentieth century: from the deutsche mark to the euro pp. 29-64 Downloads
Robert L. Hetzel
Towards a theory of capacity utilization: shiftwork and the workweek of capital pp. 65-86 Downloads
Andreas Hornstein
Can risk-based deposit insurance premiums control moral hazard? pp. 87-100 Downloads
Edward Prescott

2002, issue Win

German monetary history in the first half of the twentieth century pp. 1-35 Downloads
Robert L. Hetzel
Pitfalls in interpreting tests of backward-looking pricing in New Keynesian models pp. 37-50 Downloads
Michael Dotsey
Imperfect competition and the pricing of interbank payment services pp. 51-66 Downloads
John Weinberg
Recent developments in monetary policy analysis: the roles of theory and evidence pp. 67-96 Downloads
Bennett McCallum

2001, issue Fall

On the size distribution of banks pp. 1-25 Downloads
Huberto Ennis
A primer on optimal monetary policy with staggered price-setting pp. 27-52 Downloads
Alexander Wolman
International pricing in new open-economy models pp. 53-70 Downloads
Margarida Duarte
Should banks be capitalized? pp. 71-96 Downloads
Douglas Diamond

2001, issue Sum

Transparency in the practice of monetary policy pp. 1-9 Downloads
Alfred Broaddus
The growth of unsecured credit: are we better off? pp. 11-33 Downloads
Kartik Athreya
Regulating bank capital structure to control risk pp. 35-52 Downloads
Edward Prescott
Consumption, savings, and the meaning of the wealth effect in general equilibrium pp. 53-71 Downloads
Carl D. Lantz and Pierre Daniel Sarte

2001, issue Spr

To forgive or not to forgive: an analysis of U.S. consumer bankruptcy choices pp. 1-22 Downloads
Wenli Li
Optimal taxation in infinitely-lived agent and overlapping generations models: a review pp. 23-44 Downloads
Andres Erosa and Martin Gervais
The wealth effect in empirical life-cycle aggregate consumption equations pp. 45-67 Downloads
Yash P. Mehra
Using the federal funds futures market to predict monetary policy actions pp. 69-77 Downloads
Raymond Owens and Roy H. Webb

2001, issue Win

Introduction pp. 1-6 Downloads
Jeffrey Lacker
What assets should the Federal Reserve buy? pp. 7-22 Downloads
Alfred Broaddus and Marvin Goodfriend
Why we need an "accord" for Federal Reserve credit policy: a note pp. 23-32 Downloads
Marvin Goodfriend
The Treasury-Fed Accord: a new narrative account pp. 33-55 Downloads
Robert L. Hetzel and Ralph F. Leach
After the accord: reminiscences on the birth of the modern Fed pp. 57-64 Downloads
Robert L. Hetzel and Ralph F. Leach
Monetary policy frameworks and indicators for the Federal Reserve in the 1920s pp. 65-92 Downloads
Thomas M. Humphrey

2000, issue Fall

The frequency and costs of individual price adjustments pp. 1-22 Downloads
Alexander Wolman
Is money useful in the conduct of monetary policy? pp. 23-48 Downloads
Michael Dotsey, Carl D. Lantz and Larry Santucci
The IT revolution: is it evident in the productivity numbers? pp. 49-78 Downloads
Andreas Hornstein and Per Krusell

2000, issue Sum

A study of US employment rates with emphasis on gender considerations pp. 1-26 Downloads
Carl D. Lantz and Pierre Daniel Sarte
Wage-price dynamics: are they consistent with cost push? pp. 27-43 Downloads
Yash P. Mehra
The new IS-LM model: language, logic, and limits pp. 45-103 Downloads
Robert King

2000, issue Spr

The Taylor rule: is it a useful guide to understanding monetary policy? pp. 1-33 Downloads
Robert L. Hetzel
How the Asian crisis affected the world economy: a general equilibrium perspective pp. 35-59 Downloads
Xinshen Diao, Wenli Li and Erinc Yeldan
Benjamin Strong, the Federal Reserve, and the limits to interwar American nationalism pp. 61-98 Downloads
Priscilla Roberts

2000, issue Win

Current challenges for U.S. monetary policy pp. 1-6 Downloads
Alfred Broaddus
The role of a regional bank in a system of central banks pp. 7-25 Downloads
Marvin Goodfriend
The business cycle and industry comovement pp. 27-48 Downloads
Andreas Hornstein
Alternative monetary policy rules: a comparison with historical settings for the United States, the United Kingdom, and Japan pp. 49-79 Downloads
Bennett McCallum

1999, issue Fall

Limited commitment and central bank lending pp. 1-27 Downloads
Marvin Goodfriend and Jeffrey Lacker
Sticky prices, marginal cost, and the behavior of inflation pp. 29-48 Downloads
Alexander Wolman
Means of payment, the unbanked, and EFT '99 pp. 49-70 Downloads
Edward Prescott and Daniel D. Tatar
Explaining the increased variability in long-term interest rates pp. 71-96 Downloads
Mark Watson

1999, issue Sum

Growth accounting with technological revolutions pp. 1-22 Downloads
Andreas Hornstein
Two approaches to macroeconomic forecasting pp. 23-40 Downloads
Roy H. Webb
The importance of systematic monetary policy for economic activity pp. 41-60 Downloads
Michael Dotsey
An empirical investigation of fluctuations in manufacturing sales and inventory within a sticky-price framework pp. 61-84 Downloads
Pierre Daniel Sarte

1999, issue Spr

The Fed's entry into check clearing reconsidered pp. 1-32 Downloads
Jeffrey Lacker, Jeffrey D. Walker and John Weinberg
A forward-looking monetary policy reaction function pp. 33-54 Downloads
Yash P. Mehra
Mercantilists and classicals: insights from doctrinal history pp. 55-82 Downloads
Thomas M. Humphrey

1999, issue Win

Japanese monetary policy: a quantity theory perspective pp. 1-26 Downloads
Robert L. Hetzel
Pooling or purchase: a merger mystery pp. 27-46 Downloads
John Walter
A primer on moral-hazard models pp. 47-78 Downloads
Edward Prescott
Gauging manufacturing activity: the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond's survey of manufacturers pp. 79-98 Downloads
Robert L. Lacy
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