Papers

2018
Engel, Charles. 2018. “Exchange Rate Policies.” Staff Papers, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas No.8 (November 2009).
exchange_rate_policies.staff0902.pdf
Engel, Charles. 2018. “International coordination of central bank policy.” Journal of International Money and Finance 67(2016): 13-24.
engeljimfpolicycoordination.pdf
Engel, Charles. 2018. “Commentary: International Coordination.” Asia Economic Policy Conference, Policy Challenges in a diverging Global Economy, 15-22.
engel_commentary-frbsf_aepc_2015_frankel_engel_com_4-11_rev2.pdf
Frankel, Jeffrey A. 2018. “International Coordination.” NBER Working Paper Series NBER Working Paper 21878.
frankel.coordfrbsf_aepc2015frankel2016proofs.pdf
Aikman, David, Oliver Bush, and Alan M. Taylor. 2018. “MONETARY VERSUS MACROPRUDENTIAL POLICIES: CAUSAL IMPACTS OF INTEREST RATES AND CREDIT CONTROLS IN THE ERA OF THE UK RADCLIFFE REPORT.” NBER Working Paper Series Working Paper 22380. Publisher's Version
monetary_versus_macroprudential_policies.pdf
Jordà, Òscar, Björn Richter, Moritz Schularick, and Alan M. Taylor. 2018. “BANK CAPITAL REDUX: SOLVENCY, LIQUIDITY, AND CRISIS .” NBER Working Paper Series Working Paper 23287. Publisher's Version
bank_capital_redux.pdf
Jordà, Òscar, Moritz Schularick, and Alan M. Taylor. 2018. “MACROFINANCIAL HISTORY AND THE NEW BUSINESS CYCLE FACTS.” NATIONAL BUREAU OF ECONOMIC RESEARCH Working Paper 22743. Publisher's Version
macrofinancial_history_and_the_new_business_cycle_facts_.pdf
Jordà, Òscar, Moritz Schularick, and Alan M. Taylor. 2018. “Leveraged bubbles.” Journal of Monetary Economics 76 (2015) : S1–S20.
leveraged_bubbles.pdf
Jordà, Òscar, Moritz Schularick, and Alan M. Taylor. 2018. “Betting the House.” Journal of International Economics 96 (2015) : S2–S18.
betting_the_house.pdf
Jordà, Oscar, Moritz Schularick, and Alan M. Taylor. 2018. “When Credit Bites Back.” Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, Supplement to Vol. 45, No. 2 (December 2013).
when_credit_bites_back.pdf
Schularick, Moritz, and Alan M. Taylor. 2018. “Credit Booms Gone Bust: Monetary Policy, Leverage Cycles, and Financial Crises, 1870–2008.” American Economic Review 2012 102(2): : 1029–1061. Publisher's Version
credit_booms_gone_bust.pdf
2017
Gelpern, Anna, and Mitu Gulati. 2017. “The wonder-clause.” Journal of Comparative Economics 41 ((2013) ): 367–385.
gelpern.wonderclauseaspublished.pdf
Rajan, Raghuram G., and Prachi Mishra. 2017. “Rules of the Game”.
rules_of_the_game_nt_march_2017.pdf
Kalemli-Ozcan, Sebnem, Elias Papaionnou, and José-Luis Peydró. 2017. “Financial Regulation, Financial Globalization, and the Synchronization of Economic Activity.” The Journal of Finance LXVIII, No3 ((2013): 1179-1228.
kalemli-ozcab_papaioannou_peydro.pdf
Imbs, Jean. 2017. “Trade, Finance, Specialization, and Synchronization.” The Review of Economics and Statistics 86(3) ((2004): 723-734.
imbs.pdf
Frankel, Jeffrey A., and Andrew K. Rose. 2017. “Is EMU more justifiable ex post than ex ante?” European Economic Review 41 ((1997): 753-760.
frankel_rose_eer.pdf
Baxter, Marianne, and Michael A. Kouparitsas. 2017. “Determinants of business cycle comovement: a robust analysis.” Journal of Monetary Economics 52 ((2005): 113-157.
baxter_kouparitsas.pdf
Gelpern, Anna. 2017. “Sovereign Debt: Now What?” The Yale Journal of International Law Online 41 (2).
microsoft_word_-_f_gelpern_revthisone_no_banner.docx.pdf
Scheve, Kenneth, Cameron Ballard-Rosa, and Lucy Martin. 2017. “ "The Structure of American Income Tax Policy Preferences".” Journal of Politics Vol. 79 (No. 1:): 1-16.
scheve.bms_jop_2017.pdf
Stasavage, David, and Kenneth Scheve. 2017. “Why Might Governments Tax the Rich?” Taxing the Rich: A History of Fiscal Fairness in the United States and Europe. Princeton: Princeton University Press. Chapter 1.
why_might_governments_tax_the_rich._scheve_and_stasavage.pdf

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