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Table : IMES Discussion Paper Series
No. Author(s) Title/Keywords Date Full Text (PDF)
2010-E-26 Pierre L. Siklos Sources of Disagreement in Inflation Forecasts: A Cross-Country Empirical Investigation
/forecast disagreement; central bank transparency; inflation, quantile regression; panel regression
2010-11 891 KB
2010-E-25 Naoki Makimoto, Yoshihiko Sugihara Optimal Execution of Multiasset Block Orders under Stochastic Liquidity
/optimal execution strategy; market impact; transaction cost; stochastic liquidity; limit order book; price manipulation; mean-variance optimization
2010-11 1,199 KB
2010-E-24 Junko Koeda, Ryo Kato The Role of Monetary Policy Uncertainty in the Term Structure of Interest Rates
/GARCH; Estimation; Term Structure of Interest Rates; Financial Markets and the Macro-economy; Monetary Policy
2010-10 474 KB
2010-E-23 Selahattin Imrohoroglu, Nao Sudo Productivity and Fiscal Policy in Japan: Short Term Forecasts from the Standard Growth Model
/Primary Balance; Fiscal Policy; Productivity; Growth Theory
2010-09 408 KB
2010-E-22 Jouchi Nakajima, Nao Sudo, Takayuki Tsuruga How well do the sticky price models explain the disaggregated price responses to aggregate technology and monetary policy shocks?
/Disaggregated Prices; Technology Shocks; Monetary Policy Shocks; Sticky Price Models
2010-09 371 KB
2010-E-21 Shigenori Shiratsuka, Wataru Takahashi, Yuki Teranishi, Kozo Ueda Future of Central Banking under Globalization: Summary of the 2010 International Conference Organized by the Institute for Monetary and Economic Studies of the Bank of Japan 2010-09 160 KB
2010-E-20 Pierre-Olivier Gourinchas, Helene Rey, Nicolas Govillot Exorbitant Privilege and Exorbitant Duty 2010-08 707 KB
2010-E-19 Makoto Saito, Shiba Suzuki, Tomoaki Yamada Can Cross-Border Financial Markets Create Endogenously Good Collateral in a Crisis?
/Solvency Constraints; Collateral Constraints; Dynamic Optimal Contract; Catastrophic Shocks
2010-08 204 KB
2010-E-18 Franklin Allen, Elena Carletti Financial Regulation Going Forward
/Bubbles; Monetary Policy; Global Imbalances
2010-07 304 KB
2010-E-17 Pierpaolo Benigno, Ester Faia Globalization, Pass-Through and Inflation Dynamic
/AS equations; Oligopolistic Competition; Inflation Dynamic
2010-07 388 KB
2010-E-16 Kozo Ueda Banking Globalization and International Business Cycles
/Financial accelerator; financial intermediaries; correlation (quantity) puzzle; business cycle synchronization; contagion; monetary policy
2010-07 699 KB
2010-E-15 William R. White Some Alternative Perspectives on Macroeconomic Theory and Some Policy Implications 2010-07 434 KB
2010-E-14 Bennett T. McCallum The Future of Central Banking: A Lesson From United States History 2010-07 57 KB
2010-E-13 Naohisa Hirakata, Nao Sudo, Kozo Ueda Do Banking Shocks Matter for the U.S. Economy?
/Monetary Policy; Financial Accelerators; Financial Intermediaries; Chained Credit Contracts
2010-07 498 KB
2010-E-12 Kozo Ueda A Time-Invariant Duration Policy under the Zero Lower Bound
/Zero lower bound on nominal interest rates; optimal monetary policy; liquidity trap; time-inconsistency
2010-07 390 KB
2010-E-11 Ippei Fujiwara, Tomoyuki Nakajima, Nao Sudo, Yuki Teranishi Global Liquidity Trap
/Zero Interest Rate Policy; Two-country Model; International Spillover; Monetary Policy Coordination
2010-07 480 KB
2010-E-10 Satoshi Yamashita, Toshinao Yoshiba Analytical Solution for Expected Loss of a Collateralized Loan: A Square-root Intensity Process Negatively Correlated with Collateral Value
/stochastic recovery; default intensity model; affine diffusion; extended affine; survival probability; measure change
2010-06 162 KB
2010-E-9 Yoshihiko Sugihara, Nobuyuki Oda An Empirical Analysis of Equity Market Expectations in the Recent Financial Turmoil Using Implied Moments and Jump Diffusion Processes
/implied distribution; implied moment; jump diffusion process; nonparametric method; GMM; characteristic function GMM
2010-06 6,440 KB
2010-E-8 Tetsuya Yamada Accelerated Investment and Credit Risk under a Low Interest Rate Environment: A Real Options Approach
/Low interest rate environment; Investment behavior; Credit risk; Real options model; Corporate finance; Time-inconsistent discount rate; Behavioral economics
2010-06 478 KB
2010-E-7 Yasushi Asako Partially Binding Platforms and the Advantages of Being an Extreme Candidate
/Electoral Competition; Campaign Promise; Signaling Game
2010-05 430 KB
2010-E-6 Jouchi Nakajima, Shigenori Shiratsuka, Yuki Teranishi The Effects of Monetary Policy Commitment: Evidence from Time-varying Parameter VAR Analysis
/Policy commitment; policy duration effect; expectations management; Bayesian estimation; time-varying parameter vector autoregression with stochastic volatility
2010-03 424 KB
2010-E-5 R. Anton Braun, Lena Mareen Koerber New Keynesian Dynamics in a Low Interest Rate Environment
/Government purchases; zero nominal interest rates; monetary policy
2010-03 555 KB
2010-E-4 Hiroshi Fujiki Policy Measures to Alleviate Foreign Currency Liquidity Shortages under Aggregate Risk with Moral Hazard
/Standing swap lines; Operations supplying US dollar funds outside the US; Cross-border collateral arrangements
2010-03 343 KB
2010-E-3 Ippei Fujiwara, Kozo Ueda The Fiscal Multiplier and Spillover in a Global Liquidity Trap
/Zero lower bound; two-country model; fiscal policy; beggar-thy-neighbor
2010-03 161 KB
2010-E-2 Klaus Adam, Albert Marcet Booms and Busts in Asset Prices 2010-02 420 KB
2010-E-1 Yasushi Asako Partially Binding Platforms: Political Promises as a Partial Commitment Device
/Electoral Competition; Median-voter Theorem; Valence; Campaign Platforms
2010-02 311 KB