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Kocherlakota, N. R.
Kocherlakota, Narayana R.
Kocherlakota, Narayana Rao,
Rao Kocherlakota, Narayana
Cole, Harold L
Cole, Harold L.
Federal Reserve Bank Affiliation (see also from)
Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis / Research Department
Hodrick, Robert J
Hodrick, Robert J.
Ingram, Beth F.
Ingram, Beth Fisher
Kellogg School of Management Affiliation (see also from)
Kocherlakota, Narayana R
Kocherlakota, Narayana R.
Kocherlakota, Narayana Rao
Narayana, R. Kocherlakota
National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER)
National Bureau of Economic Research Affiliation (see also from)
Savin, N. E.
Stanford University Affiliation (see also from)
University of Chicago
University of Iowa Affiliation (see also from)
Yi, Kei-Mu (1962-)
Advances in Dynamic Optimal Taxation
Asset pricing implications of Pareto optimality with private information. -
Asset Pricing in a Dynamic Economy with Moral Hazard : Theory and Tests.
Bubbles and Constraints on Debt Accumulation.
Building blocks for barriers to riches
Can convergence regressions distinguish between exogenous and endogenous growth models?
Central bank independence and sovereign default.
Comment on Financial Fragility with Rational and Irrational Exuberance.
Consumption, commitment, and cycles
Creating business cycles through credit constraints.
Discussion of "From Private Banking to Central Banking: Ingredients of a Welfare Analysis"
Disentangling the Coefficient of Relative Risk Aversion from the Elasticity of Intertemporal Substitution: An Irrelevance Result.
Dynamic games with hidden actions and hidden states
Dynamic Optimal Taxation: A Robust Analysis
EconomicDynamics Interviews Narayana Kocherlakota
effects of moral hazard on asset prices when financial markets are complete, The
Efficient allocations with hidden income and hidden storage
Efficient Bilateral Risk Sharing Without Commitment
equity premium: it's still a puzzle, The
Equity Premium, The : It's Still a Puzzle
Explaining business cycles: A multiple-shock approach
Explaining the fiscal theory of the price level
Failure to communicate?
Figuring out the impact of hidden savings on optimal unemployment insuranc
Figuring out the Impact of Hidden Savings on Optimal Unemployment Insurance
Finite memory and imperfect monitoring
Forbearance and prompt corrective action
Household Heterogeneity and Asset Trade: Resolving the Equity Premium Puzzle in Three Countries
Household heterogeneity and real exchange rates: a field experiment in the Phillippines
Implications of Efficient Risk Sharing without Commitment.
Incomplete Record-Keeping and Optimal Payment Arrangements
Inequality and Real Exchange Rates
Inflation and growth - commentary
Injecting rational bubbles
Internal debt crises and sovereign defaults
Introduction to monetary and macro economics
Is there endogenous long-run growth?: Evidence from the U.S. and the U.K
Is There Endogenous Long-Run Growth? Evidence from the United States and the United Kingdom.
Looking for evidence of time-inconsistent preferences in asset market data.
Measuring the cyclical behavior of home production: a macroeconomic analysis
microfoundation for incomplete security markets, A
Model fit and model selection
Modern macroeconomic models as tools for economic policy
Monetary and Fiscal Policy: An Overview
Money and bonds: an equivalence theorem
Money and Credit: An Equivalence Result and Its Implications
Money is memory
Money: What's the Question and Why Should We Care About the Answer?
new dynamic public finance, The
Nonseparable preferences and optimal social security systems
On tests of representative consumer asset pricing models
On the 'discount' factor in growth economies
On the irrelevance of government debt when taxes are distortionary
On the robustness of laissez-faire
Optimal allocations with incomplete record-keeping and no commitment
Optimal indirect and capital taxation
Optimal monetary policy: what we know and what we don’t know
Reconsideration-Proofness: A Refinement for Infinite Horizon Time Inconsistency
Risky collateral and deposit insurance
Signaling Model of Multiple Currencies, A
Simple Time Series Test of Endogenous vs. Exogenous Growth Models, A : An Application to the United States
Simple Time Series Test of Endogenous vs. Exogenous Growth Models: An Application to the United States., A
Societal benefits of illiquid bonds
Societal benefits of nominal bonds
State nonseparability ; theory and empirical implications
Taxing risk and the optimal regulation of financial institutions
Testing the Consumption CAPM with Heavy-Tailed Pricing Errors.
Two-Money Theorem, The
Using Macroeconomic Data to Measure Nonmarket Activity.
Using theory for measurement: An analysis of the cyclical behavior of home production
variability of velocity in cash-in-advance models, The
Wedges and Taxes
Why do different countries use different currencies? c1998:
Why should older people invest less in stock than younger people?
Zero Expected Wealth Taxes : A Mirrlees Approach to Dynamic Optimal Taxation
Zero nominal interest rates: why they're good and how to get them
Contributed to or performed:
ECONOMETRICA -EVANSTON ILL-
INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC REVIEW -UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA OSAKA UNIVERSITY ETC-
JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC LITERATURE
JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC THEORY
JOURNAL OF MONETARY ECONOMICS
REVIEW OF ECONOMIC STUDIES
REVIEW OF ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS
Thesis (Ph. D.)--University of Chicago, 1987