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Monetary policy shocks and foreign investment income: evidence from a large Bayesian VAR

This paper assesses the transmission of monetary policy in a large Bayesian vector autoregression based on the approach proposed by Banbura, Giannone and Reichlin (2010). The paper analyzes the impact of monetary policy shocks in the United States and Canada not only on a range of domestic aggregates, trade flows, and exchange rates, but also foreign investment income. The analysis provides three main results. First, a surprise monetary policy action has a statistically and economically significant impact on both gross and net foreign investment income flows in both countries. Against the ...
Globalization Institute Working Papers , Paper 170

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Higher oil prices and Houston's economic outlook

Houston Business , Issue Jun

Journal Article
The big business of small loans

Micro-enterprise loan programs provide innovative lending solution
Banking and Community Perspectives , Issue Jun , Pages 5 & 8

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NAFTA: one year later

Southwest Economy , Issue Dec , Pages 7

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The U.S. economy: a brighter outlook after a bumpy ride

Southwest Economy , Issue Mar , Pages 1-4

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Southwest expansion to continue in 1996

Southwest Economy , Issue Jan , Pages 1-4

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Bankers, regulators absorb lessons of Silicon Valley Bank failure as new tests emerge

Ben Munyan, director of supervisory policy in the Banking Supervision Department at the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, discusses the challenges the banking industry faces in an era of rapidly rising interest rates and how Texas institutions have fared.
Southwest Economy

Globalizing the knowledge economy

Remarks before the Houston World Affairs Council, Houston, Texas, April 13, 2007 ; "We need new and better tools to help us determine just how globalization is affecting economies around the world, and how policymakers can reap benefits from these insights. Getting it right may well alter our notions of economic progress, with ramifications for how we approach the goal of price stability."
Speeches and Essays , Paper 50

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How the U.S. tax system stacks up against other G-7 economies

The recent financial crisis, Europe?s sovereign debt problems and the U.S. political dispute about raising the national debt ceiling have prompted fiscal policy debate about the size of government and the type of tax structure needed to fund public expenditures. ; Government revenue of the so-called Group of Seven (G-7) largest industrialized nations expressed as a percentage of gross domestic product (GDP) from 1970 to 2009 generally trended upward before stabilizing in the 1990s (Chart 1). Revenue averaged 27 percent of GDP in 1970, rising to 36 percent in 2009. Over the past four decades, ...
Economic Letter , Volume 6

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The long-run relationship between bank capital and lending

Financial Industry Studies Working Paper , Paper 93-3




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