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2012 - 2022

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Volume 30, issue 1, 2016

Trends and Cycles in China's Macroeconomy pp. 1 - 84 Downloads
Chun Chang, Kaiji Chen, Daniel Waggoner and Tao Zha
Comment pp. 85 - 89 Downloads
Mark Watson
Comment pp. 90 - 100 Downloads
John Fernald
Demystifying the Chinese Housing Boom pp. 105 - 166 Downloads
Hanming Fang, Quanlin Gu, Wei Xiong and Li-An Zhou
Comment pp. 167 - 175 Downloads
Martin Schneider
Comment pp. 176 - 185 Downloads
Erik Hurst
External and Public Debt Crises pp. 191 - 244 Downloads
Cristina Arellano, Andrew Atkeson and Mark Wright
Comment pp. 245 - 256 Downloads
Ricardo Reis
Comment pp. 257 - 267 Downloads
Harald Uhlig
Networks and the Macroeconomy: An Empirical Exploration pp. 273 - 335 Downloads
Daron Acemoglu, Ufuk Akcigit and William Kerr
Comment pp. 336 - 345 Downloads
Xavier Gabaix
Comment pp. 346 - 373 Downloads
Lawrence J. Christiano
Expectations and Investment pp. 379 - 431 Downloads
Nicola Gennaioli, Yueran Ma and Andrei Shleifer
Comment pp. 432 - 434 Downloads
Christopher Sims
Comment pp. 435 - 442 Downloads
Monika Piazzesi
Declining Desire to Work and Downward Trends in Unemployment and Participation pp. 449 - 494 Downloads
Régis Barnichon and Andrew Figura
Comment pp. 495 - 501 Downloads
Richard Rogerson
Comment pp. 502 - 508 Downloads
Robert Hall
Editorial pp. xi - xiv Downloads
Martin Eichenbaum and Jonathan Parker

Volume 29, issue 1, 2015

Productivity and Potential Output before, during, and after the Great Recession pp. 1 - 51 Downloads
John Fernald
Comment pp. 52 - 59 Downloads
Samuel Kortum and Unni Pillai
Comment pp. 60 - 65 Downloads
John Haltiwanger
Quantifying the Lasting Harm to the US Economy from the Financial Crisis pp. 71 - 128 Downloads
Robert Hall
Comment pp. 129 - 145 Downloads
Martin Eichenbaum
Comment pp. 146 - 152 Downloads
Narayana Kocherlakota
Information Aggregation in a Dynamic Stochastic General Equilibrium Model pp. 159 - 207 Downloads
Tarek Hassan and Thomas M. Mertens
Comment pp. 208 - 214 Downloads
Guido Lorenzoni
Comment pp. 215 - 219 Downloads
George-Marios Angeletos
Whither News Shocks? pp. 225 - 264 Downloads
Robert Barsky, Susanto Basu and Keyoung Lee
Comment pp. 265 - 278 Downloads
Franck Portier
Comment pp. 279 - 284 Downloads
Lawrence J. Christiano
Effective Monetary Policy Strategies in New Keynesian Models: A Reexamination pp. 289 - 344 Downloads
Hess Chung, Edward Herbst and Michael Kiley
Comment pp. 345 - 353 Downloads
Lars Svensson
Comment pp. 354 - 365 Downloads
Mark Gertler
Labor-Market Polarization over the Business Cycle pp. 371 - 413 Downloads
Christopher Foote and Richard W. Ryan
Comment pp. 414 - 424 Downloads
Richard Rogerson
Comment pp. 425 - 441 Downloads
Fatih Guvenen
Costs and Benefits to Phasing out Paper Currency pp. 445 - 456 Downloads
Kenneth Rogoff
Editors' Introduction pp. xiii - xx Downloads
Jonathan Parker and Michael Woodford

Volume 28, issue 1, 2014

Dormant Shocks and Fiscal Virtue pp. 1 - 46 Downloads
Francesco Bianchi and Leonardo Melosi
Understanding Noninflationary Demand-Driven Business Cycles pp. 69 - 130 Downloads
Paul Beaudry and Franck Portier
Reference Dependence and Labor Market Fluctuations pp. 159 - 200 Downloads
Kfir Eliaz and Ran Spiegler
Pledgability and Liquidity: A New Monetarist Model of Financial and Macroeconomic Activity pp. 227 - 270 Downloads
Venky Venkateswaran and Randall Wright
Shocks and Crashes pp. 293 - 354 Downloads
Martin Lettau and Sydney Ludvigson
It Takes a Regime Shift: Recent Developments in Japanese Monetary Policy through the Lens of the Great Depression pp. 383 - 400 Downloads
Christina D. Romer
Editors' Introduction pp. xi - xvii Downloads
Jonathan Parker and Michael Woodford

Volume 27, issue 1, 2013

Does Indivisible Labor Explain the Difference between Micro and Macro Elasticities? A Meta-Analysis of Extensive Margin Elasticities pp. 1 - 56 Downloads
Raj Chetty, Adam Guren, Dayanand Manoli and Andrea Weber
Comment pp. 57 - 77 Downloads
Orazio Attanasio
Comment pp. 78 - 84 Downloads
Robert Shimer
Roads to Prosperity or Bridges to Nowhere? Theory and Evidence on the Impact of Public Infrastructure Investment pp. 89 - 142 Downloads
Sylvain Leduc and Daniel Wilson
Comment pp. 143 - 146 Downloads
Francesco Giavazzi
Comment pp. 147 - 153 Downloads
Valerie Ramey
Which Financial Frictions? Parsing the Evidence from the Financial Crisis of 2007 to 2009 pp. 159 - 214 Downloads
Tobias Adrian, Paolo Colla and Hyun Song Shin
Comment pp. 215 - 223 Downloads
Mark Gertler
Comment pp. 224 - 231 Downloads
Arvind Krishnamurthy
Individual Price Adjustment along the Extensive Margin pp. 235 - 281 Downloads
Etienne Gagnon, David Lopez-Salido and Nicolas Vincent
Comment pp. 282 - 292 Downloads
Gita Gopinath
Comment pp. 293 - 307 Downloads
Anil Kashyap
Testing for Keynesian Labor Demand pp. 311 - 349 Downloads
Mark Bils, Pete Klenow and Benjamin Malin
Comment pp. 350 - 361 Downloads
Ricardo Reis
Comment pp. 362 - 370 Downloads
Julio Rotemberg
Risk Heterogeneity and Credit Supply: Evidence from the Mortgage Market pp. 375 - 419 Downloads
Timothy Besley, Neil Meads and Paolo Surico
Comment pp. 420 - 428 Downloads
Jose-Luis Peydro
Comment pp. 429 - 436 Downloads
Bernard Salanié
Revenge of the Optimum Currency Area pp. 439 - 448 Downloads
Paul Krugman
Editorial pp. xiii - xx Downloads
Daron Acemoglu, Jonathan Parker and Michael Woodford
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