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Bank:Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond  Series:Economic Review 

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Credit rationing by loan size in commercial loan markets

The authors present a theoretical model in which a profit-maximizing lender may ration credit to businesses by restricting loan size. Such credit rationing occurs despite the absence of differences across borrowers in default risk or loan administration costs. Moreover, the model predicts an interest rate-loan size pattern that matches that observed in U.S. commercial loan markets.
Economic Review , Volume 78 , Issue May , Pages 3-8

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Recent financial innovations : courses, consequences for the payments system, and implications for monetary control

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Economic Review , Volume 66 , Issue Mar , Pages 14-27

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Recent financial deregulation and the interest elasticity of M1 demand

Economic Review , Volume 72 , Issue Jul , Pages 13-24

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Algebraic quantity equations before Fisher and Pigou

Readers of this Review are doubtlessly familiar with the famous equation of exchange, MV=PQ, frequently employed to analyze the price level effects of monetary shocks. One might think the algebraic formulation of the equation is an outgrowth of the 20th century tendency toward mathematical modeling and statistical testing. Indeed, textbooks typically associate the transaction velocity version of the equation with Irving Fisher and the alternative Cambridge cash balance version with A. C. Pigou, two early 20th century proponents of the application of mathematics to economic analysis. The ...
Economic Review , Volume 70 , Issue Sep , Pages 13-22

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Real output and unit labor costs as predictors of inflation

Granger-causality tests used here find that: [1] unit labor costs add no predictive power to inflation forecasts; and [2] the gap between actual and potential output does help predict inflation, but only in the short run.
Economic Review , Volume 76 , Issue Jul , Pages 31-39

Journal Article increasingly valuable asset

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Economic Review , Volume 65 , Issue Mar , Pages 3-18

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Is saving too low in the United States?

Many observers contend that the U.S. savings rate has declined in recent years and that it lags behind the savings rates of our trading partners. This article surveys different methods of measuring savings (and problems with these methods) and finds that U.S. saving may not be as low as is popularly believed.
Economic Review , Volume 76 , Issue May , Pages 20-35

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The monetary approach to exchange rates : its historical evolution and role in policy debates

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Economic Review , Volume 64 , Issue Jul , Pages 2-9

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Dennis H. Robertson and the monetary approach to exchange rates

Economic Review , Volume 66 , Issue May , Pages 19-26

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The relationship between money and expenditure in 1982

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Economic Review , Volume 69 , Issue May , Pages 11-19




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