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Thomas Mayer (American economist)
Thomas Mayer (Amerikaans econoom (1927-))
Aliber, Robert Z. (1930-)
Aliber, Robert Zelwin (1930-)
Asch, Peter (1937-....))
Bronfenbrenner, Martin (1914-1997)
CARGILL, THOMAS F.
Duesenberry, James S.
Duesenberry, James S. (1918-2009)
Duesenberry, James Stemble (1918-)
Duesenberry, James Stemble (1918-2009)
Hoover, Kevin D. (1955-)
Mayer, Thomas H.
Sheffrin, Steven M.
Spinelli, Franco (1949-...)
Spinelli, Franco (1949-)
University of California-Davis / Economics Department
Young, Philip M.
BASE VELOCITY, M-1 VELOCITY AND FINANCIAL INNOVATIONS.
Blueprint for Public Company Reform
BOETTKE'S AUSTRIAN CRITIQUE OF MAINSTREAM ECONOMICS: AN EMPIRICIST'S RESPONSE
case study of Federal Reserve policymaking, A : Regulation Q in 1966
Comparison of Unemployment Rates and Income Fluctuations Prior to the Great Depression and in the Postwar Period., A
Competitive equality as a criterion for financial reform
Consumption in the Great Depression.
DATA MINING: A RECONSIDERATION
David Hume and Monetarism.
Differences in Economics: Europe and the United States.
Do Chagnes in Asset Prices Denote Changes in Wealth
Doing economic research : essays on the applied methodology of economics
DOMAIN OF THEORIES AND TESTS BY THE REALISM OF ASSUMPTIONS, THE
Dry Holes in Economic Research: Comment
ECB's policy, The : the view from the market
Economics as a Hard Science: Realistic Goal or Wishful Thinking?
Effect of Changes in Reserve Requirements during the 1930s: The Evidence from Nonmember Banks, The
Empirical Significance of Econometric Models, The
European Monetary System: Recent Developments, The
Expanding the role of methodology
Export diversification as a counter to export instability : the example of Colombia
Federal Reserve's Policy Procedures: A Review of a Federal Reserve Study and an Ensuing Conference., The
Fifty years of Milton Friedman's 'The methodology of positive economics': Introduction
Financial Guidelines and Credit Controls.
Financial Innovation-The Conflict between Micro and Macro Optimality.
Fiscal and monetary policy, c1995:
"FLUCTUATIONS IN THE MONETARY GROWTH RATE DURING THE QUASI-MONETARIST EXPERIMENT.
FORECAST ERRORS AND STABILIZATION POLICY.
Frequent Misuse of Significance Tests, A
FRIEDMAN'S METHODOLOGY OF POSITIVE ECONOMICS: A MINIMALIST VIEW.
Friedman's Methodology of Positive Economics: A Soft Reading.
GNP TARGETING-- WHAT ARE THE ISSUES?
government budget constraint and standard macrotheory, The
Honesty and Integrity in Academic Economics
How Much do Micro-Foundations Matter?
Improving Communication in Economics: A Task for Methodologists
Income Smoothing and Self-Control: The Case of Schoolteachers
Indexed Bonds and Heterogeneous Agents
Indexed Bonds and Heterogenous Agents.
Influence of Friedman's Methodological Essay, The
Instabile Exportmärkte und wirtschaftliche Entwicklung : der Fall Kolumbien
Intermediate macroeconomics: output, inflation, and growth
Interpreting federal reserve behavior
Invitation to economics : understanding argument and policy
macroeconomic Loss Function: a Critical Note, The
Macroeconomics and macroeconomic policy issues
Methodology and the Practicing Economist.
Michael A. Bernstein, A Perilous Progress, Princeton University Press, Princeton, NJ (2004) 376 + xii pp., index, US$ 19.95, ISBN 0-691-11967-8.
Misinterpreting a Failure to Disconfirm as a Confirmation: A Recurrent Misreading of Significance Tests
MODIGLIANI ON MONETARISM: A RESPONSE
Monetarism and Its Rhetoric.
Monetarism and macroeconomic policy
MONETARISM IN A WORLD WITHOUT "MONEY".
Monetarist Policy Debate: An Informal Survey, The
MONETARISTS AND KEYNESIANS ON CENTRAL BANKING: A STUDY OF A FAILED DEBATE
Monetary Policy: Assessing the Burns Years: Discussion.
Monetary Trends in the United States and the United Kingdom: A Review Article.
Money and Inflation : Frank Hahn, (MIT Press, Cambridge, 1983) pp. xii + 116, $12.50
Money and the Great Depression: A critique of professor Temin's thesis
Money, banking, and the economy
Mortgage Rates and Regulation Q: A Note.
Multiplier and Velocity Analysis: An Evaluation
On the structuralist view of inflation in some Latin American countries : a reassessment
Our Financial Institutions: What Needs Changing?
Permanent income, wealth and consumption a critique of the permanent income theory, the life-cycle hypothesis and related theories
Personal Savings in the Postwar World: Implications for the Theory of Household Behavior: Discussion.
Plant and Equiptment Lead Times
Political economy of American monetary policy, The
Political Shocks and Investment: Some Evidence from the 1930s
population argument ... 1954., The
population argument of the stagnation thesis in the United States, The
Prawda kontra precyzja w ekonomii
Professor Pesek's Criticism of Monetary Theory: A Comment.
Regulating Banks: Comment.
Relative Efficacy of Monetary Policy in Selected Industrial and Less-Developed Countries: A Comment., The
REPLACING THE FOMC BY A PC
Reply to O'Brien
rhetoric of Friedman's quantity theory manifesto, The
ROLE OF IDEOLOGY IN DISAGREEMENTS AMONG ECONOMISTS. A QUANTITATIVE ANALISIS:, THE
Role of Ideology in Disagreements among Economists: A Quantitative Analysis, The
Scadding and Mitchell on Monetary Controls: Some Comments.
Selecting Economic Hypotheses by Goodness of Fit.
Should China Tolerate High Inflation?
Should Large Banks Be Allowed to Fail?
Some Practical Aspects of Pluralism in Economics Truth is so important, however, that it behooves us not to jump to conclusions about it (Samuels, 1997).
structure of monetarism, The
Symposium on bank regulation.
Tests of the Permanent Income Theory with Continuous Budgets.
Truth versus precision in economics
TWILIGHT OF MONETARIST DEBATE., THE
U.S. DEPOSIT INSURANCE REFORM
U. S. monetary policy
Using Government Documents to Assess the Influence of Academic Research on Macroeconomic Policy
What do Signicance Test Signify?
What Economists Think of Their Econometrics?
WHAT REMAINS OF THE MONETARIST COUNTER-REVOLUTION?
Where There Is Much Light There Is Olso Much Shade: The Dark Side of Economic Modeling.
Why is there so Much Disagreement Among Economists?
WHY WAS THE FED SO INFLATIONARY IN THE 1960S AND 1970S?
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CONTEMPORARY ECONOMIC POLICY