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Exchange rate policy, international capital mobility and monetary policy instruments

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Financial links around the Pacific Rim, 1982-1992

Proceedings , Issue Sep

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Ocean mining in the Pacific Basin: stimulus and response

Proceedings , Issue 1 , Pages 177-244

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Mineral trade and investment patterns in the Pacific Area

Proceedings , Issue 1 , Pages 69-134

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Why money announcements move interest rates: an answer from the foreign exchange market

Proceedings , Issue 6 , Pages 1-36

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Predicting the effects of Federal Reserve policy in a sticky price model: an analytical approach

In this paper, I characterize equilibria for a sticky-price model in which Federal Reserve policy is an interest-rate rule similar to that described in Taylor (1993). For standard preferences and technologies used in the literature, the model predicts that the nominal interest rate is negatively serially correlated, and that shocks to interest rates imply a potentially large but short-lived response in output. Shocks to government spending and technology lead to persistent changes in output but the percentage change in output is predicted to be smaller than the percentage changes in spending ...
Proceedings , Issue Jun

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Post-crisis exchange rate policy in five Asian countries: filling in the 'hollow middle'?

Following the 1997?98 financial turmoil, crisis countries in Asia moved toward either floating or fixed exchange rate systems, superficially consistent with the bipolar view of exchange rate regimes and the ?hollow middle? hypothesis. But some observers have claimed that, despite the changes in their de jure exchange rate regimes, the crisis countries? policies have de facto been very similar in the post- and pre-crisis periods. This paper analyzes the evidence and concludes that, except for Malaysia, which adopted a hard peg and imposed capital controls, the other crisis countries are ...
Proceedings , Issue Sep

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What is a good macroeconomic model for a central bank to use? panel discussion

Proceedings , Issue Mar

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Inflation dynamics, marginal cost, and the output gap: evidence from three countries

Recent studies by Gal and Gertler (1999), Gal, Gertler, and Lpez-Salido (GGL) (2001a, 2001b), and Sbordone (1998, 2001) have argued that the New Keynesian Phillips curve (Calvo pricing model) is empirically valid, provided that real marginal cost rather than detrended output is used as the variable driving inflation. GGL (2001a) conclude that real marginal cost is not closely related to the output gap, and that models for monetary policy therefore need to include labor market rigidities. An alternative interpretation is that marginal cost and the output gap are closely related, but that the ...
Proceedings , Issue Mar

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