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IMES Discussion Paper Series 2022

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IMES Discussion Paper Series
No./Main Category Author(s) Title/Keywords Date Full Text (PDF)
2022-E-14/Economics Toshitaka Sekine, Frank Packer, Shunichi Yoneyama Individual Trend Inflation
/Inflation forecast; Disagreement; Unobserved components model; Noisy information; Inflation target; Quantitative and qualitative monetary easing; Bank of Japan
Aug. 15, 2022 [PDF 443KB]
2022-E-13/Economics Takuji Fueki, Yutaka Soejima, Shunichi Yoneyama New Dimensions and Frontiers in Central Banking Summary of the 2022 BOJ-IMES Conference Aug. 15, 2022 [PDF 449KB]
2022-E-12/Economics Carl E. Walsh Inflation Surges and Monetary Policy
/Inflation; Monetary policy; COVID-19
July 26, 2022 [PDF 723KB]
2022-E-11/Economics Raphael Abiry, Marien Ferdinandusse, Alexander Ludwig, Carolin Nerlich Climate Change Mitigation: How Effective is Green Quantitative Easing?
/Climate Change; Integrated Assessment Model; 2-Sector Model; Green Quantitative Easing; Carbon Taxation
July 26, 2022 [PDF 1,290KB]
2022-E-10/Economics Daisuke Ikeda Digital Money as a Medium of Exchange and Monetary Policy in Open Economies
/Cryptocurrency; Monetary policy autonomy; Currency counterfeiting; Government transaction policy
July 26, 2022 [PDF 486KB]
2022-E-9/Economics Kenneth S. Rogoff Institutional Innovation and Central Bank Independence 2.0 July 26, 2022 [PDF 707KB]
2022-E-8/Finance Kensuke Fukunaga, Daisuke Miyakawa Supply Chain Network and Credit Supply
/Credit supply; supply chain network; cluster detection
May 20, 2022 [PDF 665KB]
2022-E-7/Finance Yojiro Ito, Daisuke Miyakawa Performance of Exiting Firms in Japan: An Empirical Analysis Using Exit Mode Data
/Productivity dynamics; Exit effects; Mergers
May 20, 2022 [PDF 500KB]
2022-E-6/Economics Taisuke Nakata, Takeki Sunakawa Credible Forward Guidance
/Average Inflation Targeting; Effective Lower Bound; Forward Guidance; Sustainable Plan; Time-Consistency
Apr. 20, 2022 [PDF 2,947KB]
2022-E-5/Economics Reona Hagiwara Welfare Effects of Health Insurance Reform: The Role of Elastic Medical Demand
/Copayment Increase; Price Elasticity of Medical Demand; Welfare Effects; Overlapping Generations
Apr. 20, 2022 [PDF 1,092KB]
2022-E-4/Accounting Tatsuya Kato The Effects of Corporate Governance on ESG-related Information Disclosure: Evidence from Japanese Firms
/ESG; Corporate Governance; GRI Standards; Disclosure; Machine Learning; GA2M
Apr. 20, 2022 [PDF 2,101KB]
2022-E-3/Economics Robert S. Chirinko What Went Wrong? The Puerto Rican Debt Crisis, the "Treasury Put," and the Failure of Market Discipline
/Puerto Rican debt crisis; Implicit government guarantees; Failure of market discipline
Mar. 23, 2022 [PDF 1,010KB]
2022-E-2/Economics Robert S. Chirinko, Debdulal Mallick The Return on Private Capital: Rising and Diverging
/Return on private capital; International capital allocations
Mar. 23, 2022 [PDF 884KB]
2022-E-1/Finance Ryo Aruga, Keiichi Goshima, Takashi Chiba CO2 Emissions and Corporate Performance: Japan's Evidence with Double Machine Learning
/CO2 Emissions; Corporate Performance; Double Machine Learning
Feb. 4, 2022 [PDF 684KB]