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Factors behind rising food costs

Economic Review , Volume 60 , Issue Sep , Pages 19-23

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Evolution in banking competition

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Economic Review , Volume 67 , Issue Mar , Pages 3-10

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The implicit deposit rate concept : issues and applications

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Economic Review , Volume 64 , Issue Sep , Pages 3-12

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Focusing on...farm financial and credit conditions

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Economic Review , Volume 63 , Issue Mar , Pages 13-15

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Intraday credit: risk, value, and pricing

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Economic Review , Volume 73 , Issue Jan , Pages 3-14

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Some factors affecting short-run growth rates of the money supply

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Economic Review , Volume 63 , Issue Nov , Pages 2-18

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A review of bank performance in the Fifth District, 1987

Profits at Fifth District commercial banks declined significantly during 1987. But the Fifth District decline pales in comparison with the dramatic fall in profitability for banks in the rest of the nation. Much of the decline in both Fifth District banks and throughout the nation was due to increased loan loss provisions at large banks, mostly against expected losses on Third World loans.
Economic Review , Volume 74 , Issue Jul , Pages 13-18

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More promising ... the outlook for agriculture in '81

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Economic Review , Volume 67 , Issue Jan , Pages 21-26

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The changing labor force: some provocative findings

Female labor force participation rates have been rising rapidly since 1950 while male participation rates (especially for males 55 years and older) have been falling over much of that time. Analysis of participation rates also indicates (1) that the Reagan administrations reductions in marginal tax rates after 1981 had no apparent influence on labor force participation; and (2) that the effects of the so-called discouraged worker effect on labor force participation have been relatively weak.
Economic Review , Volume 75 , Issue Sep , Pages 30-36

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The early history of the Phillips curve

The Phillips Curve depicts a relationship between inflation and unemployment in graphical or equation form. In a previous article (see the March /April issue of this Review), Thomas Humphrey catalogued the various formulations of the relationship that have appeared since the publication in 1958 of A. W. Phillips famous article on the subject. In the present article, Humphrey turns to the history of monetary doctrines seeking precursors of the modern formulations in the writings of Phillips forerunners. Humphrey finds an early representation of a Phillips Curve relationship in the writings of ...
Economic Review , Volume 71 , Issue Sep , Pages 17-24

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