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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 39, issue 12, 2007

Changes in the Federal Reserve's Inflation Target: Causes and Consequences pp. 1851-1882
Peter Ireland
Credit Reporting, Relationship Banking, and Loan Repayment pp. 1883-1918
Martin Brown and Christian Zehnder
Unemployment and Inflation Consequences of Unexpected Election Results pp. 1919-1945
Michael Berlemann and Gunther Markwardt
Monetary Policy and Stock Prices in an Open Economy pp. 1947-1985
Giorgio Di Giorgio and Salvatore Nisticò
Yesterday's Bad Times Are Today's Good Old Times: Retail Price Changes Are More Frequent Today Than in the 1890s pp. 1987-2020
Alan Kackmeister
A Test of the Law of One Price in Retail Banking pp. 2021-2040
Alfredo Martõn-Oliver, Vicente Salas-Fum¡s and Jesús Saurina
The Value of Interest Rate Stabilization Policies When Agents Are Learning pp. 2041-2056
John Duffy and Wei Xiao
Structural Error Correction Models: A System Method for Linear Rational Expectations Models and an Application to an Exchange Rate Model pp. 2057-2075
Jaebeom Kim, Masao Ogaki and Minseok Yang
The Determinants of Household Saving in China: A Dynamic Panel Analysis of Provincial Data pp. 2077-2096
Charles Horioka and Junmin Wan
Why Inside Money Matters pp. 2097-2105
Carolyn Sissoko

Volume 39, issue 10, 2007

Real-Time Model Uncertainty in the United States: The Fed, 1996-2003 pp. 1533-1561
Robert Tetlow and Brian Ironside
The Cost of Nominal Rigidity in NNS Models pp. 1563-1586
Matthew Canzoneri, Robert Cumby and Behzad Diba
Pricing Behavior and the Response of Hours to Productivity Shocks pp. 1587-1611
Domenico J. Marchetti and Francesco Nucci
A Generalized Extreme Value Approach to Financial Risk Measurement pp. 1613-1649
Turan G. Bali
Wealth and Risk Effects of Adopting Deposit Insurance in Canada: Evidence of Risk Shifting by Banks and Trust Companies pp. 1651-1681
John D. Wagster
Equilibrium Dynamics in an Endogenous Growth Model of Money and Banking pp. 1683-1710
Juin-jen Chang, Wen-Ya Chang, Ching-chong Lai and Ping Wang
Imperfect Common Knowledge, Staggered Price Setting, and the Effects of Monetary Policy pp. 1711-1739
Ichiro Fukunaga
Optimality of the Friedman Rule in an Overlapping Generations Model with Spatial Separation pp. 1741-1758
Joseph Haslag and Antoine Martin
Optimal Fiscal Policy Rules in a Monetary Union pp. 1759-1784
Tatiana Kirsanova, Mathan Satchi, David Vines and Simon Wren-Lewis
The Eurosystem, the U.S. Federal Reserve, and the Bank of Japan: Similarities and Differences pp. 1785-1819
Dieter Gerdesmeier, Francesco Mongelli and Barbara Roffia
The Macroeconomic Effects of Nonzero Trend Inflation pp. 1821-1838
Robert Amano, Steven Ambler and Nooman Rebei
Certainty Equivalence and the Excess Sensitivity of Private Consumption pp. 1839-1848
Lorenzo Pozzi and Griet Malengier
Erratum to "Why Has U.S. Inflation Become Harder to Forecast?" pp. 1849-1849
James H. Stock and Mark Watson

Volume 39, issue 09, 2007

The Role of Insider Influence in Mutual-to-Stock Conversions pp. 1285-1304
Kenneth A. Carow, Steven R. Cox and Dianne M. Roden
The Great Capitol Hill Baby Sitting Co-op: Anecdote or Evidence for the Optimum Quantity of Money? pp. 1305-1333
Thorsten Hens, Klaus Reiner Schenk-Hopp… and Bodo Vogt
Optimal Constrained Interest-Rate Rules pp. 1335-1356
George Evans and Bruce McGough
Non-stationary Hours in a DSGE Model pp. 1357-1373
Yongsung Chang, Taeyoung Doh and Frank Schorfheide
The Life-Cycle Effects of House Price Changes pp. 1375-1409
Wenli Li and Rui Yao
Is There a Dead Spot? New Evidence on FOMC Decisions Before Elections pp. 1411-1427
Rebecca Hellerstein
Credit Markets and the Propagation of Monetary Policy Shocks pp. 1429-1455
RADIM BOH¡ČEK and Hugo Rodrõguez Mendiz¡bal
Dynamics of Persistence in International Inflation Rates pp. 1457-1479
Manmohan S. Kumar and Tatsuyoshi Okimoto
How Sticky Is Sticky Enough? A Distributional and Impulse Response Analysis of New Keynesian DSGE Models pp. 1481-1508
Oleg Korenok and Norman Swanson
Technology Shocks and the Labor-Input Response: Evidence from Firm-Level Data pp. 1509-1520
Mikael Carlsson and Jon Smedsaas
On the Relationship between Inflation Persistence and Temporal Aggregation pp. 1521-1531
Ivan Paya, Agustin Duarte and Ken Holden

Volume 39, issue 08, 2007

Capital Controls and the International Transmission of U.S. Money Shocks pp. 1003-1035
Jacques Miniane and John Rogers
Money Market Pressure and the Determinants of Banking Crises pp. 1037-1066
Juergen von Hagen and Tai-kuang Ho
Bank Mergers, Competition, and Liquidity pp. 1067-1105
Elena Carletti, Philipp Hartmann and Giancarlo Spagnolo
Forbearance and Prompt Corrective Action pp. 1107-1129
Narayana Kocherlakota and Ilhyock Shim
Heterogeneous Market-Making in Foreign Exchange Markets: Evidence from Individual Bank Responses to Central Bank Interventions pp. 1131-1162
Anusha Chari
Quantitative Goals for Monetary Policy pp. 1163-1176
Antonio Fat¡s, Ilian Mihov and Andrew Rose
Determinacy, Learnability, and Monetary Policy Inertia pp. 1177-1212
James Bullard and Kaushik Mitra
The Effects of Bank Lending in an Open Economy pp. 1213-1243
Iris Claus
Exchange Rates and FOMC Days pp. 1245-1266
Seung Chan Ahn and Michael Melvin
Measuring Financial Integration via Idiosyncratic Risk: What Effects Are We Really Picking Up? pp. 1267-1273
David Parsley and Christian Schlag
The Time-Varying Phillips Correlation pp. 1275-1283
Luca Benati

Volume 39, issue 06, 2007

Accounting for Trends in Productivity and R&D: A Schumpeterian Critique of Semi-Endogenous Growth Theory pp. 733-774
Joonkyung Ha and Peter Howitt
Entry into Banking Markets and the Early-Mover Advantage pp. 775-807
Allen Berger and Astrid A. Dick
Monetary and Fiscal Policy Switching pp. 809-842
Hess Chung, Troy Davig and Eric Leeper
Precautionary Balances and the Velocity of Circulation of Money pp. 843-873
Miquel Faig and Belén Jerez
Monetary Policy Rules in a New Keynesian Euro Area Model pp. 875-900
Miguel Casares
Unique Symptoms of Japanese Stagnation: An Equity Market Perspective pp. 901-923
Yasushi Hamao, Jianping Mei and Yexiao Xu
Understanding the Large Negative Impact of Oil Shocks pp. 925-944
Luís Aguiar-Conraria and Yi Wen
Foreign Lenders and the Real Sector pp. 945-964
Leo Ferraris and Raoul Minetti
Uncertainty and Export Performance: Evidence from 18 Countries pp. 965-979
Kevin Grier and Aaron Smallwood
Escaping Volatile Inflation pp. 981-993
Martin Ellison and Anthony Yates
Two Pitfalls of Linearization Methods pp. 995-1001
Jinill Kim and Sunghyun Kim

Volume 39, issue 03, 2007

Is Financial Globalization Beneficial? pp. 259-294
Frederic Mishkin
External Constraints on Monetary Policy and the Financial Accelerator pp. 295-330
Mark Gertler, Simon Gilchrist and Fabio M. Natalucci
Competition from Large, Multimarket Firms and the Performance of Small, Single-Market Firms: Evidence from the Banking Industry pp. 331-368
Allen Berger, Astrid A. Dick, Lawrence G. Goldberg and Lawrence White
Growth, Income Inequality, and Fiscal Policy: What Are the Relevant Trade-offs? pp. 369-394
Cecilia Garcõa-Peñalosa and Stephen J Turnovsky
Accounting for a Shift in Term Structure Behavior with No-Arbitrage and Macro-Finance Models pp. 395-422
Glenn Rudebusch and Tao Wu
Interest Rate Risk and the Forward Premium Anomaly in Foreign Exchange Markets pp. 423-442
Shu Wu
Temporal Patterns in Foreign Exchange Returns and Options pp. 443-470
Maxime Charlebois and Stephen Sapp
Technology Shocks and Monetary Policy: Revisiting the Fed's Performance pp. 471-507
Sanvi Avouyi-Dovi and Julien Matheron
Communication by Central Bank Committee Members: Different Strategies, Same Effectiveness? pp. 509-541
Michael Ehrmann and Marcel Fratzscher
A Long-Run Non-Linear Approach to the Fisher Effect pp. 543-559
Dimitris Christopoulos and Miguel A. Le√n-Ledesma
Quantifying the Risk of Deflation pp. 561-590
Lutz Kilian and Simone Manganelli
Inventory Dynamics and Business Cycles: What Has Changed? pp. 591-613
Jonathan McCarthy and Egon Zakrajšek
The Slow Adjustment of Aggregate Consumption to Permanent Income pp. 615-638
James Morley
Prudential Regulation and the "Credit Crunch": Evidence from Japan pp. 639-665
Wako Watanabe
Does Monetary Policy Have Asymmetric Effects on Stock Returns? pp. 667-688
Shiu-Sheng Chen
Evidence on the Extent and Potential Sources of Long Memory in U.S. Treasury Security Returns and Yields pp. 689-702
Robert Connolly, Z. Nuray G‹ner and Kenneth N. Hightower
Heterogeneity and Lotteries in Monetary Search Models pp. 703-712
Sébastien Lotz, Andrei Shevchenko and Christopher Waller
The Great Inflation of the 1970s pp. 713-731
Fabrice Collard and Harris Dellas

Volume 39, issue 02, 2007

Is the Asymptotic Speed of Convergence a Good Proxy for the Transitional Growth Path? pp. 1-24
Chris Papageorgiou and Fidel Perez-Sebastian
Why Has U.S. Inflation Become Harder to Forecast? pp. 3-33
James H. Stock and Mark Watson
Multiple BGPs in a Growth Model with Habit Persistence pp. 25-48
Been-Lon Chen
Real Wage Rigidities and the New Keynesian Model pp. 35-65
Olivier Blanchard and Jordi Galõ
Market Size, Service Quality, and Competition in Banking pp. 49-81
Astrid A. Dick
Benefits from U.S. Monetary Policy Experimentation in the Days of Samuelson and Solow and Lucas pp. 67-99
Timothy Cogley, Riccardo Colacito and Thomas Sargent
Charter Value, Risk-Taking Incentives, and Emerging Competition for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac pp. 83-103
W Frame and Lawrence White
A Quantitative Comparison of Sticky-Price and Sticky-Information Models of Price Setting pp. 101-125
Michael Kiley
Inflation Taxation and Welfare with Externalities and Leisure pp. 105-131
Wai-Ming Ho, Jinli Zeng and Jie Zhang
Pricing Models: A Bayesian DSGE Approach for the U.S. Economy pp. 127-154
Jean-Philippe Laforte
Information Content of Wages and Monetary Policy pp. 133-149
Hans Gersbach and Volker Hahn
Financial Differences and Business Cycle Co-Movements in a Currency Area pp. 151-185
Ester Faia
Modeling Inflation Dynamics: A Critical Review of Recent Research pp. 155-170
Jeremy Rudd and Karl Whelan
"The Econometrics of Price Determination", Thirty-Five Years Later pp. 171-179
Stanley Fischer
Inflation Modeling: A Policymaker's Perspective pp. 181-186
Donald L. Kohn
The Dynamic Relationship between Permanent and Transitory Components of U.S. Business Cycles pp. 187-204
Chang-Jin Kim, Jeremy Piger and Richard Startz
"Comments Presented at Federal Reserve Conference" Price Dynamics: Three Open Questions pp. 187-192
N. Gregory Mankiw
Thirty-Five Years of Model Building for Monetary Policy Evaluation: Breakthroughs, Dark Ages, and a Renaissance pp. 193-201
John Taylor
Interpreting Inflation Persistence: Comments on the Conference on "Quantitative Evidence on Price Determination" pp. 203-210
Michael Woodford
Macroeconomic Sources of Risk in the Term Structure pp. 205-236
Hiona Balfoussia and Michael Wickens
The Persistence of Inflation Versus That of Real Marginal Cost in the New Keynesian Model pp. 237-239
Julio Rotemberg
Why Commercial Banks Held Excess Reserves: The Japanese Experience of the Late 1990s pp. 241-257
Kazuo Ogawa
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