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Journal of Money, Credit and Banking

1969 - 2013

Continued by Journal of Money, Credit and Banking.

Current editor(s): Robert deYoung, Paul Evans, Pok-Sang Lam and Kenneth D. West

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Volume 33, issue November, 2001

Elasticities of Substitution in Real Business Cycle Models with Home Protection pp. 847-75
John Campbell and Sydney Ludvigson
Bank Intermediation over the Business Cycle pp. 876-99
Tor Einarsson and Milton Marquis
The Information Content of Bank Exam Ratings and Subordinated Debt Prices pp. 900-925
DeYoung, Robert, et al
Bank Ownership and Efficiency pp. 926-54
Yener Altunbas, Lynne Evans and Philip Molyneux
Structural Change in the Mortgage Market and the Propensity to Refinance pp. 955-75
Paul Bennett, Richard Peach and Stavros Peristiani
Official Exchange Rate Arrangements and Real Exchange Rate Behavior pp. 976-93
David Parsley and Helen Popper
Institutional Arrangements for Monetary Policy When Output Is Persistent pp. 994-1014
Øistein Røisland
Optimal Denominations for Coins and Bank Notes: In Defense of the Principle of Least Effort pp. 1015-21
Leo Van Hove

Volume 33, issue August, 2001

Fiscal Requirements for Price Stability pp. 669-728
Michael Woodford
Is It Possible that an Independent Central Bank Is Impossible? The Case of the Australian Notes Issue Board, 1920-1924 pp. 729-48
William Coleman
Production Smoothing When Bank Loan Supply Shifts: The Role of Variable Capacity Utilization pp. 749-66
Hung-Jen Wang
How Sure Are We about Purchasing Power Parity? Panel Evidence with the Null of Stationary Real Exchange Rates pp. 767-89
Biing-Shen Kuo and Anne Mikkola
The Choice of Numeraire Currency in Panel Tests of Purchasing Power Parity pp. 790-803
David Papell and Hristos Theodoridis
Is Purchasing Power Parity Overvalued? pp. 804-12
Jyh-Lin Wu and Shaowen Wu
The Effect of Credit Scoring on Small-Business Lending pp. 813-25
W Frame, Aruna Srinivasan and Lynn Woosley
Evaluating the Basle Guidelines for Backtesting Banks' Internal Risk Management Models pp. 826-46
Andre Lucas

Volume 33, issue May, 2001

Double Liability and Bank Risk Taking pp. 143-59
Richard Grossman
Inflation and the Poor pp. 160-78
William Easterly and Stanley Fischer
The Optimality of a Monetary Union without a Fiscal Union pp. 179-204
Roel Beetsma and Lans Bovenberg
The Problem of Identification of the Money Demand Function pp. 205-15
Charles Bischoff and Halefom Belay
Realizing the Gains from Electronic Payments: Costs, Pricing, and Payment Choice pp. 216-34
David B Humphrey, Moshe Kim and Bent Vale
U.S. and U.K. Interest Rates, 1890-1934: New Evidence on Structural Breaks pp. 235-50
Newbold, Paul, et al
The Effects of Inflation on the Number of Firms and Firm Size pp. 251-71
Yangru Wu and Junxi Zhang
The Relative Forecasting Performance of the Divisia and Simple Sum Monetary Aggregates pp. 272-83
Donald L Schunk
Money, Social Status, and Capital Accumulation in a Cash-in-Advance Model pp. 284-93
Liutang Gong and Heng-Fu Zou
In-Concert Overexpansion and the Precautionary Demand for Bank Reserves pp. 294-300
George Selgin
Introduction: Context, Issues, and Contributions pp. 303-11
Del Negro, Marco, et al
Capital Markets and the Exchange Rate with Special Reference to the Dollarization Debate in Latin America pp. 312-34
Guillermo Calvo
Comment on Capital Markets and the Exchange Rate pp. 335-38
Anil Kashyap
How Much Bang for the Buck? Mexico and Dollarization pp. 339-63
Ross Levine and Maria Carkovic
Comment on How Much Bang for the Buck? pp. 364-69
Jon Faust
The Cost of Losing Monetary Independence: The Case of Mexico pp. 370-97
Thomas Cooley and Vincenzo Quadrini
Comment on The Costs of Losing Monetary Independence: The Case of Mexico pp. 398-403
Stefania Albanesi and Lawrence Christiano
Has Monetary Policy Been so Bad that It Is Better to Get Rid of It? The Case of Mexico pp. 404-33
Marco Del Negro and Francesc Obiols-Homs
Comment on Has Monetary Policy Been so Bad that It Is Better to Get Rid of It? The Case of Mexico pp. 434-39
Mario Crucini
The Benefits of Dollarization When Stabilization Policy Lacks Credibility and Financial Markets Are Imperfect pp. 440-74
Enrique Mendoza
Comment on The Benefits of Dollarization When Stabilization Policy Lacks Credibility and Financial Markets Are Imperfect pp. 475-81
Fernando Alvarez
Stabilization Policy and the Costs of Dollarization pp. 482-509
Stephanie Schmitt-Grohe and Martín Uribe
Comment on Stabilization Policy and the Costs of Dollarization pp. 510-17
Carlos Zarazaga
Optimal Exchange Rate Policy: The Influence of Price Setting and Asset Markets pp. 518-41
Charles Engel
Comment on Optimal Exchange Rate Policy pp. 542-47
Marco Espinosa-Vega
Dollarization and the Integration of International Capital Markets: A Contribution to the Theory of Optimal Currency Areas pp. 548-89
Valerie Bencivenga, Elisabeth Huybens and Bruce Smith
Comment on Dollarization and the Integration of International Capital Markets pp. 590-96
Timothy Kehoe
Fiscal Consequences for Mexico of Adopting the Dollar pp. 597-616
Christopher Sims
Comment on Fiscal Consequences for Mexico of Adopting the Dollar pp. 617-25
Thomas Sargent
Dollarization and the Mexican Labor Market pp. 626-47
George Borjas and Eric O'N Fischer
Optimal Central Bank Areas, Financial Intermediation, and Mexican Dollarization pp. 648-66
Alan Stockman
Comment on Optimal Central Bank Areas, Financial Intermediation, and Mexican Dollarization pp. 667-68
Richard Clarida

Volume 33, issue February, 2001

Violating the Law of One Price: Should We Make a Federal Case Out of It? pp. 1-15
Charles Engel and John Rogers
Financial Development and Economic Growth: The Role of Stock Markets pp. 16-41
Philip Arestis, Panicos Demetriades and Kul Luintel
An Evaluation of Alternative Monetary Policy Rules in a Model with Capacity Constraints pp. 42-64
Peter Clark, Douglas Laxton and David Rose
Asymmetric Effects of Money Supply Shocks and Trend Inflation pp. 65-89
Takashi Senda
Welfare Costs of Inflation and Interest-Bearing Money pp. 90-100
Mario Henrique Simonsen and Rubens Cysne
The Effects of Deregulation on the Performance of Financial Institutions: The Case of Spanish Savings Banks pp. 101-20
Kumbhakar, Subal C, et al
A Nonparametric Approach for Assessing Productivity Dynamics of Large U.S. Banks pp. 121-39
Ila M Semenick Alam
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