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Jacobson, Anna Schwartz
Jacobson Schwartz, Anna
Schwartz, A. J.
Schwartz, Anna J.
Schwartz, Anna Jacobson
Bordo, Michael D
Bordo, Michael D.
Carleton University. Department of Economics
Choudhri, Ehsan U
Choudhri, Ehsan U.
Darby, Michael R.
Frank, Isaiah (1917-)
Friedman, Milton (1912-2006)
Gandolfi, Arthur E.
Gayer, Arthur David (1903-)
Humpage, Owen F
Humpage, Owen F.
Lothian, James R.
National Bureau of Economic Research
Rostow, Walt Whitman (1916-2003)
Schwartz, Anna J
Schwartz, Anna J.
Schwartz, Anna Jacobson
Todd, Walker F.
久保, 恵美子 (1969-)
Aftermath of the monetarist clash with the federal reserve before and during the Volcker era
Aliber, Dewald, and Gordon Papers: A Comment., The
Alternative Approaches to Analyzing Economic Data.
Alternative Monetary Regimes: The Gold Standard
Annual, Semiannual, and Quarterly Estimates, 1867-1907
Appendices to "Currency Held by the Public, the Banks, and the Treasury, Monthly, December 1917-December 1944"
Appendix: Publications of Anna J. Schwartz
Assessing the Euro three years after its launch
Asset price inflation and monetary policy
Attempt at Synthesis in American Banking History, An
banking crisis of 1993, The : Susan Estabrook Kennedy, (University Press of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky, 1973) 270 pp.
Basic Data, The
Basis for Our Choice of Definition
Beginning of Competitive Banking in Philadelphia, 1782- 1809, The
Behavior of Money Stock under Interest Rate Control: Some Evidence for Canada., The
Bretton Woods and the U.S. decision to intervene in the foreign-exchange market, 1957-1962
Bretton Woods, swap lines, and the Federal Reserve’s return to intervention
brief empirical history of U.S. foreign-exchange intervention: 1973-1995, A
Century of British Market Interest Rates, 1874- 1975, A
Charles Goodhart's Contributions to the History of Monetary Institutions
Clark Warburton: Pioneer monetarist
Comment on: Historical monetary policy analysis and the Taylor rule
Comparison of Earlier Estimates With Our Own
Conclusion on Definition
Consumers' Expenditure in the United Kingdom, 1900–1919. By A. R. Prest assisted by A. A. Adams. (Studies in the National Income and Expenditure of the United Kingdom, No. 3.) New York: Cambridge University Press, 1954. Pp. xiii, 195. $7.50.
Could Stable Money Have Averted the Great Contraction?
Course of Money, Income, Prices, Velocity, and Interest Rates, The
Currency boards: their past, present, and possible future role
Currency Held by the Public: Call Date and Monthly Estimates
Currency Held by the Public, the Banks, and the Treasury, Monthly, December 1917-December 1944
David Laidler on Monetarism
Definition of Money: Net Wealth and Neutrality as Criteria., The
Deposits and Commercial Banks: Call Dates
Deposits and Commercial Banks: Monthly Estimates
Deposits at Mutual Savings Banks: Call Date and Monthly Estimates
Deposits with the Postal Savings System
Derivation of the Series
Development of Monetary Policy
Division of Change in Income between Prices and Output
ECU - An Imaginary or Embryonic Form of Money: What Can We Learn from History?, The
Effect of the Term Structure of Interest Rates on the Demand for Money in the United States., The
effects of regulation on systemic risks, The
Epilogue: foreign-exchange-market operations in the twenty-first century
Estimates for the Period Before 1867
Estimates for the Period Since 1867
Evolution of Wage and Employment in the Israeli Economy 1986-1991., The
Factors Accounting for Changes in the Stock of Money
failure of the bank of United States: A reappraisal, The : A reply
Federal Reserve as an informed foreign-exchange trader: 1973-1995, The
From Gibson to Fisher
From Obscurity to Notoriety: A Biography of the Exchange Stabilization Fund.
From the Exchange Stabilization Fund to the International Monetary Fund
General and Miscellaneous The Gold Standard in Theory and History. Edited by Barry Eichengreen. New York: Methuen, 1985. Pp. vi, 280. $11.95 paper.
General Features of Our Estimates
General Statistical Framework, The
General Theoretical Framework, The
Globalizing Capital: A History of the International Monetary System. By Barry Eichengreen. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1996. Pp. vii, 223. $24.95.
Glossary, Sources, Indexes
Golden Age of the Quantity Theory, by David Laidler. Princeton University Press, Princeton, New Jersey, 1991. Pp. xv, 220. ISBN 0-691-04295-0., The
Golden Constant: The English and American Experience, 1560–1976. By Roy W. Jastram. New York: John Wiley, 1977. Pp. xvii, 231; tables and charts., The
great contraction, 1929-1933, The
Great Contraction, 1929-33, The
Gross Dividend and Interest Payments by Corporations at Selected Dates in the 19th Century
Has government any role in money?
Has the Growth of Money Substitutes Hindered Monetary Policy?
Historical Origins of U.S. Exchange Market Intervention Policy, The
historical origins of US exchange market intervention policy, The
History of Mutual Savings Banks in Northampton, Massachusetts. By Katherine Finney. New York: King's Crown Press, 1945. Pp. x, 225. $2.50.
How Feasible Is a Flexible Monetary Policy?
impact of Milton Friedman on modern monetary economics: setting the record straight on Paul Krugman’s 'Who Was Milton Friedman?, The
Importance of Stable Money: Theory and Evidence, The
Inflation and output changes in France, Italy, and the Netherlands: A comment
International Character of the Contraction
International Debts: What's Fact and What's Fiction.
International Monetary Cooperation since Bretton Woods. By Harold James. Washington, DC: International Monetary Fund, and New York: Oxford University Press, 1996. Pp. xvi, 742. $45.00.
International Transmission of Inflation, The
Interrelation of the Time Series of Wage and Employment at the Firm Level, Common Features and Contracts., The
Interrelation of Wage Series of Firms to Each Other Land and to the Series of their Employment Level. Facts from Microdata., The
Interrelations between the United States and the United Kingdom, 1873-1975
Introduction to "A Retrospective on the Classical Gold Standard, 1821-1931"
Introduction to "Monetary Statistics of the United States: Estimates, Sources, Methods"
Introduction to "The Great Contraction, 1929-33"
IS-LM and Monetarism
Jacksonian Economy. By Peter Temin. (The Norton Essays in American History. Edited by Harold M. Hyman.) New York: W. W. Norton, 1969. Pp. 208. $5.50 (cloth); $1.95 (paperback)., The
Lessons of the Gold Standard Era and the Bretton Woods System for the Prospects of an International Monetary System Constitution
Long Swings in Growth Rates
Measuring real economic effects of bailouts: historical perspectives on how countries in financial distress have fared with and without bailouts
misuse of the Fed's discount window, The
Monetary economic research at the St. Louis Fed during Ted Balbach's tenure as research director
monetary history of the United States, 1867-1960, A
Monetary Influences on Nominal Income
Monetary policy regimes and economic performance: The historical record
Monetary Statistics of the United States: Estimates, Sources, Methods
Monetary Trends in the United States and the United Kingdom, 1878–1970: Selected Findings
Monetary Trends in the United States and United Kingdom: Their Relation to Income, Prices, and Interest Rates, 1867-1975
Money and Business Cycles
Money and Interest Rates
Money and prices in the 19th century: Was Thomas Tooke right?
Money and Prices in the Nineteenth Century: An Old Debate Rejoined
Money and Prices in the Nineteenth Century: Was Thomas Tooke Right?
Money Growth Variability and Money Supply Interdependence Under InterestRate Control: Some Evidence For Canada
Money in Historical Perspective
Money stock targeting, base drift, and price-level predictability : Lessons from the U.K. Experience
Money versus Credit Rationing: Evidence for the National Banking Era, 1880-1914
Movements of Money, Income, and Prices
National Bank Note Puzzle Reinterpreted., The
On the evolution of U.S. foreign-exchange-market intervention: thesis, theory, and institutions
Part One: Definition of Money, Introduction
Part Three: Derivation of Our Estimates, Introduction
Part Two: Earlier Estimates, Introduction
Postwar Institutional Evolution of the International Monetary System, The
Principal Empirical Findings
Priori Approaches, A
PROSPECTS OF AN INTERNATIONAL MONETARY SYSTEM CONSTITUTION
Real and Pseudo-Financial Crises
Real Versus Pseudo-International Systemic Risk: Some Lessons from History
Reflections on the Gold Commission Report.
Rejoinder to Paul Krugman
Retrospective on the Classical Gold Standard, 1821-1931, A
Rise and Fall of Foreign Exchange Market Intervention as a Policy Tool, The
Risks to the long-term stability of the euro
Role of Money, The
Schwartz on Friedman
Scope of the Study
Secular Price Change in Historical Perspective.
Shadow Open Market Committee; Policy Statement and Position Papers.
Significance of Fluctuations in Currency Holdings
Sources and Accuracy of Basic Data
Specie Standard as a Contingent Rule: Some Evidence for Core and Peripheral Countries, 1880-1990, The
Specie Standard As A Contingent Rule: Some Evidence for Core and Peripheral Countries, 1880-90., The
U.S. Foreign-Exchange-Market Intervention and the Early Dollar Float: 1973 – 1981
U.S. foreign-exchange-market intervention during the Volcker-Greenspan era
U.S. intervention during the Bretton Wood Era:1962-1973
U.S. Intervention During the Bretton Woods Era: 1962-1973
U.S. monetary-policy evolution and U.S. intervention
Under what circumstances, past and present, have international rescues of countries in financial distress been successful?
United States Government Balances
US Foreign Exchange Market Intervention since 1962.
Velocity and the Demand for Money
Velocity and the Interrelations between the United States and the United Kingdom
Was Expansionary Monetary Policy Feasible during the Great Contraction? An Examination of the Gold Standard Constraint
What has foreign exchange market intervention since the Plaza Agreement accomplished?
Why a Dual Mandate is Wrong for Monetary Policy
Why Clashes Between Internal and External Stability Goals End in Currency Crises, 1797-1994
Why clashes between internal and external stability goals end in currency crises, 1797â€“1994
Why Money Matters
Why Was Monetary Policy So Inept?
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