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Blinder, A. S.
Blinder, Alan S.
Blinder, Alan Stuart
Stuart Blinder, Alan
Alan, Blinder S.
Baumol, William J. (1922-)
Baumol, William Jack
Baumol, William Jack (1922-)
Bernanke, Ben S
Bernanke, Ben S.
Blank, Rebecca M.
Blinder, A. S.
Blinder, Alan S
Blinder, Alan S.
Blinder, Allan S.
Choi, Don H
Choi, Don H.
Cohen, Wilbur J.
Esaki, Howard Y
Goldfeld, Stephen M
Goldfeld, Stephen M.
Gordon, Roger H.
Krueger, Alan B.
Maccini, Louis J
Maccini, Louis J.
Mackscheidt, Klaus (1935-)
Mankiw, N. Gregory
Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Dept. of Economics. Thesis
McCallum, Bennett T.
Newton, William J.
Princeton University / Department of Economics
Princeton University / Department of Economics / Griswold Center for Economic Policy Studies
Rosen, Harvey S
Rosen, Harvey S.
Rudd, Jeremy B.
Scarth, William M.
Solow, Robert M
Solow, Robert M.
Solow, Robert M. (1924-....))
Stiglitz, Joseph E
Stiglitz, Joseph E.
Wise, Donald E.
1971-1974 Controls Program and The Price Level: An Econometric Post-Mortem, The
1971-1974 controls program and the price level, The : An econometric post-mortem
Aggregation and stabilization policy in a multi-contract economy
Alternative Measures of Offshorability: A Survey Approach
Anatomy of Double-Digit Inflation in the 1970s, The
Are Two Heads Better Than One?: An Experimental Analysis of Group vs. Individual Decisionmaking
Are Two Heads Better than One? Monetary Policy by Committee.
Can the Production Smoothing Model of Inventory Behavior Be Saved?
Case Against the Case Against Discretionary Fiscal Policy, The
Central Bank communication and monetary policy - a survey of theory and evidence.
Central Bank Credibility : Why do We Care? How do We Build it?
Central banking in a democracy
Central Banking in Theory and Practice
Challenge of High Unemployment., The
Commentary : monetary policy and the well-being of the poor
Commentary : should the European Central Bank and the Federal Reserve be concerned about fiscal policy?
Consumer Durables and the Optimality of Usually Doing Nothing
Consumer Durables: Evidence on the Optimality of Usually Doing Nothing.
Consumer Price Index and the Measurement of Recent Inflation, The
Credit, Money, and Aggregate Demand.
Credit Rationing and Effective Supply Failures.
Deja vu all over again: commentary
Distinguished Lecture on Economics in Government: What Central Bankers Could Learn from Academics--And Vice Versa
Distribution Effects and the Aggregate Consumption Function.
Do Monetary Policy Committees Need Leaders? A Report on an Experiment
Does fiscal policy matter? : A correction
Does Fiscal Policy Matter? The View from the Government Budget Restraint-A Reply
Does fiscal policy still matter? : A reply
Economic Advice and Political Decisions: A Clash of Civilizations?
Economics of Brushing Teeth., The
Education for the Third Industrial Revolution
Fall and Rise of Keynesian Economics., The
Fear of Offshoring
Federal Deficits, Interest Rates, and Monetary Policy: Comment.
federal funds rate and the channels of monetary transmission, The
Getting Inflation-Fighting Right
His and Hers: Gender Differences in Work and Income, 1959-1979: Comment.
How Central Should the Central Bank Be?
How Many U.S. Jobs Might Be Offshorable?
How Many US Jobs Might be Offshorable?
Human Capital and Labor Supply: A Synthesis.
In Honor of Robert M. Solow: Nobel Laureate in 1987.
Indexing the economy through financial intermediation
Inequality and Mobility in the Distribution of Wealth.
Intergenerational Transfers and Life Cycle Consumption.
Inventories and Sticky Prices: More on the Microfoundations of Macroeconomics.
Inventories and the Structure of Macro Models.
Inventories in the Keynesian Macro Model.
Inventories, rational expectations, and the business cycle
Inventory Fluctuations in the United States since 1929
Is There a Core of Practical Macroeconomics That We Should All Believe?
Issues in the coordination of monetary and fiscal policies
Issues in the Coordination of Monetary and Fiscal Policy
It’s Broke, Let’s Fix It: Rethinking Financial Regulation This paper considers a wide range of financial reform issues, focusing on macroprudential regulation and on the recent reforms in the United States—although the principles apply globally. It emphasizes such issues as the needs for a systemic risk regulator and an orderly resolution mechanism for systemically important financial institutions, the risks posed by proprietary trading and skewed compensation incentives, and the design of new capital and liquidity requirements for banks. Throughout, an attempt is made to relate concrete regulatory proposals to the abstract principles that should govern financial regulation.
Keeping the Keynesian Faith
Keynes after Lucas
Keynes, Lucas, and Scientific Progress.
Leadership in Groups: A Monetary Policy Experiment
Learning by Asking Those Who Are Doing
Level and Distribution of Economic Well-Being, The
Life-Cycle Permanent-Income Model and Consumer Durables, The
Macroeconomic Activity and Income Distribution in the Postwar United States.
Macroeconomics, Income Distribution, and Poverty
Making Monetary Policy by Committee
Market wages, reservation wages, and retirement decisions
Measuring short-run inflation for central bankers - commentary
Model of Inherited Wealth., A
Monetary Accommodation of Supply Shocks under Rational Expectations.
Monetary Policy at the Zero Lower Bound: Balancing the Risks: Summary Panel.
Monetary policy by committee: Why and how?
Monetary Policy Today: Sixteen Questions and about Twelve Answers
Money, Credit Constraints, and Economic Activity.
More on the Speed of Adjustment in Inventory Models.
New Measures of Fiscal and Monetary Policy, 1958-73.
Offshoring of American Jobs: What Response from U.S. Economic Policy?
On Dogmatism in Human Capital Theory
On Sticky Prices: Academic Theories Meet the Real World
On the design of monetary policy committees
On the Monetization of Deficits
Overview panelists of the proceedings of a symposium on reducing unemployment
Panel discussion I: what have we learned since October 1979?
Permanent and transitory policy shocks in an empirical macro model with asymmetric information, comments
Preparing America’s Workforce: Are We Looking in the Rear-View Mirror?
Presidential Address: Stigler's Lament
Princeton economist, Alan S. Blinder, cites Murphy's law in economics
Private Pensions and Public Pensions: Theory and Fact
Public Opinion and the Balanced Budget.
Quantitative easing: entrance and exit strategies
'Rationality, causality, and the relation between economic conditions and the popularity of parties' by Gebhard Kirchgassner
Rebirth of the Corporate Bond Market, The
Reconsidering the Work Disincentive Effects of Social Security
Resurgence of Inventory Research: What Have We Learned?, The
Retail Inventory Behavior and Business Fluctuations
Revisiting Monetary Policy in a Low‐Inflation and Low‐Utilization Environment
Role of the Dollar as an International Currency, The
Shred of Evidence on Theories of Wage Stickiness., A
Simple Note on the Japanese Firm, A
Skeptical Note on the New Econometrics, A
Social Security, Bequests, and the Life Cycle Theory of Saving: Cross-Sectional Tests
Some Implications of Endogenous Stabilization Policy
Squam Lake Report: Fifteen economists in search of financial reform, The
Statement to Congress, October 11, 1995 (views of the Board on issues relating to electronic payment technologies).
Stop me before I inflate again: the rules-versus-discretion debate revisited
Summary panel: monetary policy at the zero lower bound: balancing the risks
Supply-Shock Explanation of the Great Stagflation Revisited, The
Taking Stock: A Critical Assessment of Recent Research on Inventories
Talking about monetary policy: the virtues (and vice?) of central bank communication
Talking about Monetary Policy: The Virtues (and Vices?) of Central Bank Communication
Teaching Macro Principles after the Financial Crisis
Teaching Macro Principles italicafter/italic the Financial Crisis
Temporary Income Taxes and Consumer Spending.
Through the Looking Glass: Central Bank Transparency
Time for Financial Reform, Plan C
Time Series Consumption Function Revisited, The
Towards an economic theory of income distribution
Understanding the Greenspan standard
What Does the Public Know about Economic Policy, and How Does It Know It?
What Have We Learned since October 1979?
What's "New" and what's "Keynesian" in the "New Cambridge" Keynesianism?
Who Joins Unions?
Why are Prices Sticky? Preliminary Results from an Interview Study
Contributed to or performed:
NBER WORKING PAPER SERIES
Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Dept. of Economics. Thesis. 1971. Ph. D