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93-04: Rents and prices of housing across areas of the U.S.: a cross-section examination of the present value model
Todd Clark
93-03: Bubbles, fundamentals, and investment: a multiple equation testing strategy
Bob Chirinko and Huntley Schaller
93-02: Determinants of the decline in union COLA's
Stuart E. Weiner
93-01: Business fixed investment spending: a critical survey of modeling strategies, empirical results, and policy implications
Bob Chirinko
92-12: Monetary transmission channels in major foreign industrial countries: a comment
Craig Hakkio
92-11: Determinants of rural growth: winners and losers in the 1980s
Tim R. Smith
92-10: Bank representation in low-income and minority urban communities
John Caskey
92-09: Bank loan commitments and the lending view of monetary policy
Donald Morgan
92-08: Monetary policy implications of bank security holdings and large CDs
William R. Keeton
92-07: Does money matter anymore? A comment on Friedman and Kuttner
Sean Becketti and Charles Morris
92-06: A regime shift in measured per capita consumption, with implications for asset prices and returns
John E. Golob
92-05: Business cycle fluctuations in U.S. regions and industries: the roles of national, region-specific, and industry-specific shocks
Todd Clark
92-04: Allais theory suggests a solution and an explanation for the equity premium puzzle
John E. Golob
92-03: How important are monetary and fiscal policy in explaining postwar aggregate U.S. data?: a vector autoregressive approach
Peter Kretzmer
92-02: Can unconventional preferences explain risk premia in the foreign exchange markets?
Anne Sibert
92-01: Strategic capital taxation in large, open economies with mobile capital
Jiming Ha and Anne Sibert
91-08: The international role of the dollar
Craig Hakkio
91-07: Imperfect information and financial constraints: new evidence using bank loan commitments
Donald Morgan
91-06: Public finance and coordination problems in a common currency area
Anne Sibert
91-05: IRAs and saving: evidence from a panel of taxpayers
Douglas H. Joines and James G. Manegold
91-04: Can the Markov switching model forecast exchange rates?
Charles Engel
91-03: A comment on William Poole's paper, \"Exchange rate management and monetary policy mismanagement: a study of Germany, Japan, United Kingdom, and United States after Plaza.\"
Craig Hakkio
91-02: Is real exchange rate variability caused by relative price changes? An empirical investigation
Charles Engel
91-01: The realignment in farm lending: strategic issues for the 1990s
Alan Barkema and Mark Drabenstott
90-10: Bank credit commitments
Donald Morgan
90-09: Government finance in a common currency area
Anne Sibert
90-08: Cointegration: how short is the long run?
Craig Hakkio and Mark Rush
90-07: The risk premium and the liquidity premium in foreign exchange markets
Charles Engel
90-06: On the foreign exchange risk premium in a general equilibrium model
Charles Engel
90-05: Tests of mean-variance efficiency of international equity markets
Charles Engel and Anthony Rodrigues
90-04: Stock prices, news, and business conditions
Grant McQueen and V. Vance Roley
90-03: Real and nominal exchange rates since 1919
Craig Hakkio and Douglas H. Joines
90-02: An equilibrium model of spot and forward exchange rates
Craig Hakkio and Anne Sibert
90-01: The prepayment experience of FNMA mortgage-backed securities
Sean Becketti and Charles Morris
89-17: Pawnbroking in America: the economics of forgotten credit market
John Caskey
89-16: Bank profitability, deregulation, and the production of financial services
Diana Hancock
89-15: Borrowed reserves targeting and nominal income smoothing
David VanHoose
89-14: Optimal monetary policy in a multisector economy with an economy-wide money market
John Duca and David VanHoose
89-13: Discretionary monetary policy and socially efficient wage indexation
David VanHoose and Christopher Waller
89-12: How bad is the federal budget deficit?
Douglas H. Joines
89-11: An experimental study of comparable worth
E. Jane Arnault, Louis Gordon, Douglas H. Joines and G. Michael Phillips
89-10: Money supply announcements and real economic activity
Douglas H. Joines
89-09: The effect of marginal tax rates on GNP: 1931 to 1985
Craig Hakkio and Mark Rush
89-08: Market indicators for monetary policy
C. Alan Garner
89-07: Optimal variance ratio tests for serial dependence and a test for mean reversion
Jon Faust
89-06: Bank credit commitments and credit rationing
Donald Morgan
89-05: The output and inflation effects of dollar depreciation
George Kahn
89-04: Exchange rates in the 1980s
Craig Hakkio
89-03: Discretion, wage indexation, and inflation
David VanHoose and Christopher Waller
89-02: Price flexibility and macroeconomic stability: an empirical simulation analysis
John Caskey and Steven Fazzari
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