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A New-Open-Economy-Macro Model for Fiscal Policy Evaluation Douglas Laxton Dennis Botman Dirk Muir Andrei Romanov 2006 04/06/13
A Party without a Hangover? On the Effects of U.S. Government Deficits Michael Kumhof Douglas Laxton 2007 03/25/13
Phillips Curves, Phillips Lines and the Unemployment Costs of Overheating Peter B. Clark Douglas Laxton 1997 03/20/13
Possible Effects of European Monetary Union on Switzerland: A Case Study of Policy Dilemmas Caused by Low Inflation and the Nominal Interest Rate Floor Eswar Prasad Douglas Laxton 1997 03/20/13
A Practical Model-Based Approach to Monetary Policy Analysis--Overview Andrew Berg Douglas Laxton Philippe Karam 2006 04/06/13
Practical Model-Based Monetary Policy Analysis--A How-To Guide Andrew Berg Douglas Laxton Philippe Karam 2006 03/20/13
Simple, Implementable Fiscal Policy Rules Michael Kumhof Douglas Laxton 2009 03/27/13
Simple Monetary Policy Rules Under Model Uncertainty Peter Isard Douglas Laxton Ann-Charlotte Eliasson 1999 03/21/13
A Small Quarterly Projection Model of the US Economy1 Charles Freedman Douglas Laxton Ondra Kamenik Ioan Carabenciov Igor Ermolaev Michel Juillard Dmitry Korshunov 2008 03/27/13
Some Simulation Properties of the Major Euro Area Economies in MULTIMOD Benjamin Hunt Douglas Laxton 2003 03/22/13
Structural Models in Real Time1 Douglas Laxton Troy Matheson Marianne Johnson Kevin Clinton Jaromir Beneš 2010 03/28/13
To Starve or not to Starve the Beast? Daniel Leigh Michael Kumhof Douglas Laxton 2010 03/29/13
Why Inflation Targeting? Charles Freedman Douglas Laxton 2009 03/27/13
Why is Canada's Price Level So Predictable? Vladimir Klyuev Douglas Laxton Ondra Kamenik Heesun Kiem 2008 03/25/13
The Zero Interest Rate Floor (ZIF) and its Implications for Monetary Policy in Japan Benjamin Hunt Douglas Laxton 2001 03/23/13
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