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153: How sticky are prices? an analysis of the services sector
John Roberts
152: Is inflation sticky?
John Roberts
151: A note on the sustainability of fiscal policy
Darrel Cohen
150: Sectoral shocks, vacancies, and aggregate compensation determination
Maria Ward Otoo
149: Turnover as a measure of demand for existing homes
John C. Allen and James A. Berkovec
148: Fiscal rules and monetary policy
Darrel Cohen and David E. Lebow
147: New evidence on the retirement and depreciation of machine tools
Stephen Oliner
146: Is there a broad credit channel for monetary policy?
Stephen Oliner and Glenn Rudebusch
145: How important is precautionary saving?
Christopher Carroll and Andrew Samwick
144: Employment effects of minimum and subminimum wages: reply to Card, Katz, and Krueger
David Neumark and William Wascher
143: Habit formation in consumer preferences: evidence from panel data
Karen E. Dynan
142: Who pays broad-based energy taxes? Computing lifetime and regional incidence
Nicholas Bull, Kevin Hassett and Gilbert Metcalf
141: New and old models of business investment: a comparison of forecasting performance
Stephen Oliner, Glenn Rudebusch and Daniel Sichel
140: Saving and growth: a reinterpretation
Christopher Carroll and David Weil
139: The hiring of new labor by expanding industries
Bruce Fallick
138: Technical appendix to When All the Optimal Dynamic Taxes Are Zero (no. 137)
Nicholas Bull
137: When all the optimal dynamic taxes are zero
Nicholas Bull
136: Monetary policy at near-zero interest rates
David E. Lebow
135: How prudent are consumers?
Karen E. Dynan
134: The rate of time preference and shocks to wealth: evidence from panel data
Karen E. Dynan
133: Minimum wage effects on employment and school enrollment: evidence from policy variation in schooling quality and compulsory schooling laws
David Neumark and William Wascher
132: State and local fiscal indicators
Andrea L. Kusko and Laura S. Rubin
131: The accuracy of home owners' estimates of house value
John C. Allen and John B. Ittner
130: The Lucas critique revisited: assessing the stability of empirical Euler equations
Stephen Oliner, Glenn Rudebusch and Daniel Sichel
129: Reassessing the social returns to equipment investment
Alan Auerbach, Kevin Hassett and Stephen Oliner
128: Inventories and the three phases of the business cycle
Daniel Sichel
127: Limited-information estimates of New Keynesian price-adjustment models
John Roberts
126: How does future income affect current consumption?
Christopher Carroll
125: Economic performance under price stability
David E. Lebow, John Roberts and David J. Stockton
124: The nature and magnitude of precautionary wealth
Christopher Carroll and Andrew Samwick
123: Is the shift toward employment in services stabilizing?
David E. Lebow and Daniel Sichel
122: Regional house-price dispersion and interregional migration
Stuart Gabriel, Janice Shack-Marquez and William Wascher
121: Induced seasonality and production-smoothing models of inventory behavior
Spencer Krane
120: Emerging labor shortages and real wages in the 1990s
Maria Ward Otoo and Janice Shack-Marquez
119: Asymmetric adjustment costs, capital longevity, and investment
David S. Bizer and Daniel Sichel
118: Productivity and the public capital stock: another look
Laura S. Rubin
117: A critical analysis of the Eisner-Pieper fiscal measure
Darrel Cohen
116: Have postwar economic fluctuations been stabilized?
Francis Diebold and Glenn Rudebusch
115: Import competition and wages: the role of the nontradable goods sector
David E. Lebow
114: Buffer stock saving and the permanent income hypothesis
Christopher Carroll
113: The cumulation of individual responses to input price changes
Joe P. Mattey
112: Adjustable-rate mortgages and the demand for mortgage credit
John C. Allen
111: Prices by industry-based stage-of-process
Joe P. Mattey
110: Constant-quality price change, depreciation, and retirement of mainframe computers
Stephen Oliner
109: An analysis of revisions to the industrial production index
James E. Kennedy
108: The sources of business cycles: a monetarist interpretation
John Roberts
107: What do we know about consumption?
David Wilcox
106: Income tax refunds and the timing of consumption expenditure
David Wilcox
105: Trends and random walks in macroeconomic time series: a re-examination
Glenn Rudebusch
104: Imperfect competition and business cycles: an empirical investigation
David E. Lebow
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