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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 31, issue November, 1999

Menu Costs, Posted Prices, and Multiproduct Retailers pp. 683-703
Dutta, Shantanu, et al
The Tax Treatment of Financial Intermediation pp. 704-19
Ngee Choon Chia and John Whalley
Homogeneity and the Transactions Demand for Money pp. 720-30
Fwu-Ranq Chang
U.S. Intervention: Assessing the Probability of Success pp. 731-47
Owen Humpage
Free Banking and Information Asymmetry pp. 748-62
Kam Hon Chu
The Role of Seasonal Interest Rate Fluctuations in a Classical Model pp. 763-84
James Cover
Public Sector Wage Cycles and the Co-movement of the Fiscal Deficit and Inflation in Less-Developed Countries pp. 785-810
Edward F Buffie
Taxation and Monetary Aggregation pp. 811-17
Donald Dutkowsky

Volume 31, issue August, 1999

Price-Level Targeting versus Inflation Targeting: A Free Lunch? pp. 277-95
Lars Svensson
An Optimizing IS-LM Specification for Monetary Policy and Business Cycle Analysis pp. 296-316
Bennett McCallum and Edward Nelson
Friedman's Plucking Model of Business Fluctuations: Tests and Estimates of Permanent and Transitory Components pp. 317-34
Chang-Jin Kim and Charles Nelson
The Long-Run U.S./U.K. Real Exchange Rate pp. 335-56
Charles Engel and Chang-Jin Kim
Discretionary Inflation in a General Equilibrium Model pp. 357-74
Katharine Neiss
Inflation and Relative Price Variability: Reinstating Parks' Results pp. 375-85
Carlos Felipe Jaramillo
Asymmetric Monetary Effects on Interest Rates across Monetary Policy Stances pp. 386-416
Woon Gyu Choi
Wage Growth and the Inflation Process: A Multivariate Cointegration Analysis pp. 417-31
Khalifa H Ghali
Introduction: The Role of Central Banks in Money and Payments Systems pp. 435-42
David Altig
Inside and Outside Money as Alternative Media of Exchange pp. 443-57
Ricardo Cavalcanti and Neil Wallace
Comment on Inside and Outside Money as Alternative Media of Exchange pp. 458-60
Ben Craig
Comment on Inside and Outside Money as Alternative Media of Exchange pp. 461-68
Randall Wright
Private Money pp. 469-91
Stephen Williamson
Comment on Private Money pp. 492-98
Roberto Chang
Comment on Private Money pp. 498-99
Varadarajan Chari
Demandable Debts as a Means of Payment: Banknotes versus Checks pp. 500-525
Charles Kahn and William Roberds
Comment on Demandable Debt as a Means of Payment: Banknotes versus Checks pp. 526-28
James McAndrews
Comment on Demandable Debt as a Means of Payment: Banknotes versus Checks pp. 528-30
Elisabeth Huybens
Financial Fragility with Rational And Irrational Exuberance pp. 531-60
Roger Lagunoff and Stacey Schreft
Comment on Financial Fragility with Rational and Irrational Exuberance pp. 561-63
Narayana Kocherlakota
Comment on Financial Fragility with Rational and Irrational Exuberance pp. 563-67
John Weinberg
Redemption Costs and Interest Rates under the U.S. National Banking System pp. 568-89
Bruce Champ, Scott Freeman and Warren Weber
Comment on Redemption Costs and Interest Rates under the U.S. National Banking System pp. 590-93
Jeffrey Lacker
Comment on Redemption Costs and Interest Rates under the U.S. National Banking System pp. 593-95
Angela Redish
Can the Financial Markets Privately Regulate Risk? The Development of Derivatives Clearinghouses and Recent Over-the-Counter Innovations pp. 596-618
Randall S Kroszner
Comment on Can the Financial Markets Privately Regulate Risk? pp. 619-22
Michael Bordo
Comment on Can the Financial Markets Privately Regulate Risk? pp. 622-23
John H Boyd
Private Money Creation and the Suffolk Banking System pp. 624-59
Bruce Smith and Warren Weber
Comment on Private Money Creation and the Suffolk Banking System pp. 660-62
Costas Azariadis
Comment on Private Money Creation and the Suffolk Banking System pp. 663-67
Gary Gorton
Panel: Thoughts on the Future of Payments and Central Banking: We Need to Think Straight about Electronic Payments pp. 668-70
Edward Green
Panel: Thoughts on the Future of Payments and Central Banking: Arrangements for Access to Payment Credit pp. 671-73
James McAndrews
Panel: Thoughts on the Future of Payments and Central Banking: Maintaining a Uniform (Electronic) Currency pp. 674-76
Arthur J Rolnick
Panel: Thoughts on the Future of Payments and Central Banking: The Role of Central Banks in Money and Payments Systems pp. 677-81
James Thomson

Volume 31, issue May, 1999

The Big Problem of Small Change pp. 137-61
Thomas Sargent and Francois Velde
Budget Balance, Welfare, and the Growth Rate: "Dynamic Scoring" of the Long-Run Government Budget pp. 162-86
Neil Bruce and Stephen J Turnovsky
Credit Market Imperfections and the Heterogeneous Response of Firms to Monetary Shocks pp. 187-211
Jonas Fisher
Technical Progress, Inefficiency, and Productivity Change in U.S. Banking, 1984-1993 pp. 212-34
David Wheelock and Paul Wilson
Exchange Rate Regimes and Shifts in Inflation Persistence: Does Nothing Else Matter? pp. 235-47
Richard Burdekin and Pierre Siklos
Valuing the Futures Market Clearinghouse's Default Exposure during the 1987 Crash pp. 248-72
David Bates and Roger Craine
Disagreement and Uncertainty: A Reply to Richa and Butler pp. 273-76
William A Bomberger

Volume 31, issue February, 1999

Fiscal Policy and the Mehra-Prescott Puzzle: On the Welfare Implications of Budget Deficits When Real Interest Rates Are Low pp. 1-13
Henning Bohn
The Value of a Government Monitor for U.S. Banking Firms pp. 14-34
Mark Flannery and Joel F Houston
Degrees of Processing and Changes in the Cyclical Behavior of Prices in the Untied States, 1869-1990 pp. 35-53
Christopher Hanes
Is Intervention a Signal of Future Monetary Policy? Evidece from the Federal Funds Futures Market pp. 54-69
Rasmus Fatum and Michael Hutchison
Credibility, Reputation, and the Mexican Peso Crisis pp. 70-84
Pierre-Richard Agénor and Paul Masson
The Asymmetric Effects of Monetary Policy: A Nonlinear Vector Autoregression Approach pp. 85-108
Charles Weise
Hayek's Monetary Theory and Policy: A Critical Reconstruction pp. 109-20
Lawrence White
Use of Interest-Bearing Currency in the Civil War: The Experience below the Mason-Dixon Line pp. 121-29
Gail E Makinen and G Thomas Woodward
Perspectives on Canadian Bank Insolvency during the 1930s: A Comment pp. 130-36
Lawrence Kryzanowski and Gordon Roberts
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