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Author:Moreno, Ramon 

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What explains capital flows?

FRBSF Economic Letter

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Capital controls and emerging markets

FRBSF Economic Letter

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Sluggish money growth: Japan's recent experience

FRBSF Economic Letter

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Location and the growth of nations

Does a country's (long-term) growth depend upon what happens in countries that are nearby? Such linkages could occur for a variety of reasons, including demand and technology spillovers. We present a series of tests to determine the existence of such relationships and the forms that they might take. We find that a country's growth rate is closely related to that of nearby countries, and show that this correlation reflects more that the existence of common shocks. Trade alone does not appear responsible for these linkages either. In addition, we find that being near a large market ...
Working Papers in Applied Economic Theory , Paper 97-02

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Dealing with currency speculation in the Asian Pacific Basin

FRBSF Economic Letter

Working Paper
Macroeconomic behavior during periods of speculative pressure or realignment: evidence from Pacific Basin economies

This paper uses non-parametric tests to provide a description of the "stylized facts" associated with episodes of speculative pressure in foreign exchange markets in Pacific Basin Economies, and to see whether these "stylized facts" appear to be broadly consistent with the alternative explanations for such episodes suggested in the theoretical literature. ; The empirical results are mixed, but some of the results are nonetheless suggestive. Episodes of depreciation appear to be associated with larger budget deficits and growth in central bank domestic credit, than episodes of ...
Pacific Basin Working Paper Series , Paper 95-05

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The debt problem: evolution and prospects

FRBSF Economic Letter

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OPEC and oil prices

FRBSF Economic Letter

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Macroeconomic behavior during periods of speculative pressure or realignment: evidence from Pacific Basin economies

This paper uses nonparametric tests to provide a description of the "stylized facts" associated with episodes of speculative pressure in foreign exchange markets in Pacific Basin Economies and to see whether these "stylized facts" appear to be broadly consistent with the alternative explanations for such episodes suggested in the theoretical literature. ; The empirical results are mixed, but some are nonetheless suggestive. Larger budget deficits and growth in central bank domestic credit appear to be associated with episodes of depreciation rather than episodes of appreciation or ...
Economic Review

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Money, interest rates and economic activity: stylized facts for Japan

This paper examines how financial market changes affect the usefulness of two alternatve indicators of monetary policy in Japan, a monetary aggregate and an interest rate. The paper tests whether these variables are good predictors of output, and whether responses to shocks to these variables broadly conform to the implications of the monetary transmission model, over two periods between 1960 and 1992. In the earlier period when Japan's financial markets were less developed, a monetary aggregate (M2+CDs) is a relatively useful indicator of monetary policy whereas an interest rate ...
Economic Review

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