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IMES Discussion Paper Series 2017

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IMES Discussion Paper Series
No./Main Category Author(s) Title/Keywords Date Full Text (PDF)
2017-E-7/Economics Christine Ma, Chung Tran Fiscal Space under Demographic Shift
/Population Ageing; Laffer Curve; Fiscal Limit; Sustainability; Heterogeneity; Dynamic General Equilibrium
2017-09-15 518KB
2017-E-6/Economics Koichiro Kamada The Transactions Demand for Paper and Digital Currencies
/Digital currency; Money demand; Network externality; Negative interest rate; Currency tax
2017-07-13 616KB
2017-E-5/Economics Jeff Fuhrer Japanese and U.S. Inflation Dynamics in the 21st Century
/Inflation dynamics; Intrinsic Persistence; Survey expectations
2017-06-27 1,297KB
2017-E-4/Economics Greg Kaplan, Benjamin Moll, Giovanni L. Violante Monetary Policy According to HANK
/Monetary Policy; Heterogeneous Agents; New Keynesian; Consumption; Liquidity; Inequality
2017-06-20 1,228KB
2017-E-3/Economics Yasushi Asako, Tatsushi Okuda Guiding the Economy Toward the Target Inflation Rate:
An Evolutionary Game Theory Approach

/Target inflation rate; Evolutionary game; Best-response dynamics; Perfect-foresight dynamics; Multiple long-run equilibria; Capital-skill complementarity; Demand-creating innovation
2017-05-23 832KB
2017-E-2/Law and Central Banking Ignacio Tirado Banking Crises and the Japanese Legal Framework
/Bank Resolution; Financial Crisis; Preventive Corrective Action; General Bankruptcy Proceedings; Systemic Risk
2017-03-23 1,221KB
2017-E-1/Economics Yoichi Ueno Term Structure Models with Negative Interest Rates
/Term Structure Model; Monetary Policy; Negative Interest Rate; Basis Swap Spreads
2017-03-16 1,783KB