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2005 - 2018

Current editor(s): Charles Steindel

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Volume 53, issue 4, 2018

From the Editor pp. 171-172 Downloads
Charles Steindel
Monetary policy and risk management at a time of low inflation and low unemployment pp. 173-183 Downloads
Jerome H. Powell
Explaining the slow U.S. recovery: 2010–2017 pp. 184-194 Downloads
Ray C. Fair
Improving the usefulness of the Purchasing Managers’ Index pp. 195-201 Downloads
Rolando F. Peláez
Behavioral attitudes toward current economic events: a lesson from neuroeconomics pp. 202-208 Downloads
Kavous Ardalan
Retirement concerns and planning of cooperative members: a study in the Dutch healthcare sector pp. 209-224 Downloads
George Apostolakis and Gert Dijk
Oil and the economy: evolution not revolution pp. 225-231 Downloads
Mine Yucel
Dani Rodrik: Straight talk on trade—ideas for a Sane World Economy pp. 232-233 Downloads
Stuart P. M. Mackintosh
Douglas A. Irwin: Clashing over commerce: a history of U.S. trade policy pp. 234-236 Downloads
David Beckworth
U can’t touch this! The intangible revolution pp. 237-239 Downloads
Daniel Sichel

Volume 53, issue 3, 2018

From the Editor pp. 105-106 Downloads
Charles Steindel
Is American manufacturing in decline? pp. 107-123 Downloads
Kevin Kliesen and John Tatom
Perspectives on U.S. Fiscal Policy pp. 124-133 Downloads
Jeffrey Holland, Edward Leamer and Alice Rivlin
Immigration and United States Economic Growth pp. 134-140 Downloads
Frederick Treyz and Peter Evangelakis
The U.S. immigration debate: what’s all the shouting for? pp. 141-144 Downloads
Jared Bernstein
The case against price-level targeting pp. 145-155 Downloads
Peter Hooper
A new twist on an old framework: bounded price-level targeting pp. 156-162 Downloads
David Altig
A review of “Windfall: how the new energy abundance upends global politics and strengthens America’s power,” by Meghan L. O’Sullivan pp. 163-165 Downloads
Marianne Kah
James R. McGuigan, R. Charles Moyer, and Frederick H. deB. Harris (eds.): Managerial economics: applications, strategy, and tactics pp. 166-167 Downloads
Thomas Kevin Swift
Henry Kaufman: Tectonic shifts in financial markets: people, policies and institutions pp. 168-169 Downloads
Francis H. Schott

Volume 53, issue 2, 2018

From the Editor pp. 53-54 Downloads
Charles Steindel
Lessons from the global financial crisis pp. 55-59 Downloads
Mervyn King
R-star wars: the phantom menace pp. 60-65 Downloads
James B. Bullard
Adapting tax systems for population aging pp. 66-71 Downloads
Karen Dynan
Global aging and public finance pp. 72-78 Downloads
Jason J. Fichtner
What is holding back housing? pp. 79-85 Downloads
Laurie S. Goodman
Importance of the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics and critical issues it faces pp. 86-99 Downloads
Erica Groshen
The Power and Independence of the Federal Reserve Peter Conti-Brown pp. 100-102 Downloads
M. Cary Leahey
2017-12-18 Review of Nicholas Eberstadt’s book pp. 103-104 Downloads
Michael W. Horrigan

Volume 53, issue 1, 2018

From the Editor pp. 1-2 Downloads
Charles Steindel
Global economic challenges and opportunities pp. 3-9 Downloads
Tao Zhang
Between debt and the devil: beyond the normalization delusion pp. 10-16 Downloads
Lord Adair Turner
China’s belt and road initiative and regional perceptions of China pp. 17-24 Downloads
John O’Trakoun
Drivers of international tourism demand in Africa pp. 25-36 Downloads
Ogechi Adeola, Nathaniel Boso and Olaniyi Evans
Water and wastewater treatment worldwide: the industry and the market for equipment and chemicals pp. 37-47 Downloads
Andrew Gross and Emily Park
The end of the Asian century by Michael R. Auslin pp. 48-49 Downloads
Gene Huang
The Great Convergence: Information Technology and the New Globalization pp. 50-52 Downloads
Paul Thomas

Volume 52, issue 4, 2017

From the editor pp. 187-188 Downloads
Charles Steindel
Unconventional monetary policy and the role of central banks pp. 189-193 Downloads
Raghuram Rajan
Inflation, uncertainty, and monetary policy pp. 194-207 Downloads
Janet L. Yellen
The tax reform agenda pp. 208-215 Downloads
Martin Feldstein
Did Okun’s law die after the Great Recession? pp. 216-226 Downloads
Giorgio Canarella and Stephen Miller
America’s online ‘jobs’: conceptualizations, measurements, and influencing factors pp. 227-249 Downloads
Christopher Alex Hooton
Quantifying the housing recovery: which MSAs are experiencing bubbles? pp. 250-259 Downloads
Azhar Iqbal and Mark Vitner
Business economics in a post-truth era pp. 260-264 Downloads
Stuart P. M. Mackintosh
Paradox resolved? A review of the Rise and Fall of American Growth, by Robert J. Gordon pp. 265-267 Downloads
John Fernald
The age of experts: a review of Marc Levinson’s an extraordinary time pp. 268-271 Downloads
Stephen C. Sexauer and Laurence B. Siegel

Volume 52, issue 3, 2017

From the Editor pp. 127-128 Downloads
Charles Steindel
The overselling of globalization pp. 129-137 Downloads
Joseph Stiglitz
OECD’s interim economic outlook, March 2017 pp. 138-148 Downloads
Catherine Mann
Federal policy and economic growth pp. 149-153 Downloads
Douglas Elmendorf
Faster growth and greater fiscal responsibility are possible pp. 154-157 Downloads
Glenn Hubbard
What is the potential growth rate of the U.S. economy, and how might policy affect it? pp. 158-167 Downloads
Jason Furman
Policy uncertainty and the economic outlook pp. 168-169 Downloads
Douglas Holtz-Eakin
New policy uncertainties in the economic outlook pp. 170-174 Downloads
Joel Prakken
Is there an easy cure for low growth? pp. 175-180 Downloads
John Fernald
The end of alchemy: money, banking, and the future of the global economy pp. 181-183 Downloads
Kevin Kliesen
The undoing project: a friendship that changed our minds pp. 184-185 Downloads
Ellen Hughes-Cromwick

Volume 52, issue 2, 2017

From the editor pp. 85-86 Downloads
Charles Steindel
Secular stagnation or financial cycle drag? pp. 87-98 Downloads
Claudio Borio
Does mismeasurement explain low productivity growth? pp. 99-102 Downloads
Chad Syverson
Prices of high-tech products, mismeasurement, and the pace of innovation pp. 103-113 Downloads
David Byrne, Stephen D. Oliner and Daniel Sichel
The necessity for a strategic approach to monetary policy pp. 114-117 Downloads
Mickey D. Levy
Threats to monetary policy independence: reasons to be concerned pp. 118-122 Downloads
David J. Stockton
Weapons of Math Destruction: How Big Data Increases Inequality and Threatens Democracy pp. 123-125 Downloads
Apurv Jain

Volume 52, issue 1, 2017

From the Editor pp. 1-2 Downloads
Charles Steindel
Comments at the Panel “Responders of First or Last Resort: Central Bank Strategies in an Era of Ultra-Low Interest Rates” pp. 3-6 Downloads
Charles L. Evans
Monetary Policy Accommodation at the Lower Bound pp. 7-14 Downloads
Signe Krogstrup
The Man Who Knew: The Life and Times of Alan Greenspan by Sebastian Mallaby pp. 15-31 Downloads
William Poole
Are Young People Becoming More Risk Averse? An Analysis of Factors Contributing to the Rise in Precautionary Savings Among Young Adults pp. 32-40 Downloads
LaVaughn M. Henry
When is a Firm Born? Alternative Criteria and Consequences pp. 41-56 Downloads
Paul Davidson Reynolds
The U.S. Carpet Industry: History, Industry Dynamics, and a Simple Model for Short-Term Forecasting pp. 57-67 Downloads
Kevin Swift and Emily Sanchez
The Competitive Dynamics of the Generic Drug Manufacturing Industry pp. 68-75 Downloads
Evan Hoffman
Money Changes Everything: How Finance Made Civilization Possible pp. 76-77 Downloads
Larry Neal
The Curse of Cash pp. 78-80 Downloads
Stephen Williamson
Erratum to: When is a Firm Born? Alternative Criteria and Consequences pp. 81-83 Downloads
Paul Davidson Reynolds
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