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Table : IMES Discussion Paper Series
No. Author(s) Title/Keywords Date Full Text (PDF)
1999-E-28 Comments: Ronald I. Mckinnon, Allan H. Meltzer
Rejoinder: Kunio Okina
Monetary Policy Under Zero Inflation -A Response to Criticisms and Questions Regarding Monetary Policy- Comments and Rejoinder
/Monetary Policy, Zero Interest Rates, Long-term Interest Rates, Inflation Targeting, Outright Purchase of Government Bonds, Quantitative Easing, Excess Reserves, Base Monetary, Balance Sheet Problem, Liquidity Trap
1999-10 68 KB
1999-E-27 Robert J. Gordon The Boskin Commission Report and its Aftermath
/inflation, price measurement, quality change, new products
1999-09 146 KB
1999-E-26 Raj Bhala International Dimensions of Japanese Insolvency Law: A Contextual Approach
/Japanese insolvency law, international insolvency law, bank insolvencies
1999-09 331 KB
1999-E-25 William Roberds The Incentive Effects of Settlement Systems: A Comparison of Gross Settlement, Net Settlement, and Gross Settlement with Queuing
/Settlement, payment, queuing
1999-09 110 KB
1999-E-24 Masahiro Higo, Sachiko Nakada(Kuroda) What Determines the Relation between Output Gap and Inflation? - An International Comparison of Inflation Expectations and Staggered Wage Adjustment -
/Phillips Curve, NAIRU, Expected Inflation Rate, Price Adjustment, Output Gap, Inflation, Monetary Policy
1999-09 181 KB
1999-E-23 Shigenori Shiratsuka Measurement Errors in Japanese Consumer Price Index
/Consumer Price Index, Measurement Errors, Cost of Living Index, Quality Changes, Boskin Report
1999-09 223 KB
1999-E-22 Masahiro Higo What Can Inflation Expectations and Core Inflation Tell Us About Monetary Policy in Japan ?
/Asset Price, Business Cycle, Inflation Expectation, Inflation Targeting, Monetary Policy, Real Interest Rate, Trimmed Mean CPI
1999-08 142 KB
1999-E-21 Shigenori Shiratsuka Asset Price Fluctuation and Price Indices
/Asset Price, Intertemporal cost of living index, Dynamic equilibrium price index, Monetary policy, Information variable
1999-07 162 KB
1999-E-20 Kunio Okina Monetary Policy Under Zero Inflation -A Response to Criticisms and Questions Regarding Monetary Policy-
/Monetary Policy, Zero Interest Rates, Long-term Interest Rates, Inflation Targeting, Outright Purchase of Government Bonds, Quantitative Easing, Excess Reserves, Base Money, Balance Sheet Problem, Liquidity Trap
1999-07 154 KB
1999-E-19 Shuji Kobayakawa, Hisashi Nakamura A Theoretical Analysis of Narrow Banking Proposals
/bank run, narrow banks
1999-06 79 KB
1999-E-18 Patricia Hagan Kuwayama Postal banking in the United States and Japan: a comparative analysis
/U. S. postal savings, Japanese postal savings, deposit insurance, narrow bank
1999-06 155 KB
1999-E-17 Tatsuya Yonetani, Nobuyuki Oda Usefulness of Market Information and Accounting Information from the Perspective of Bank Supervisory Policy: An Empirical Study of Japanese Banks
/Market information, Accounting information, Option pricing theory, Bank performance predicting
1999-06 129 KB
1999-E-16 Jun Muranaga Dynamics of Market Liquidity of Japanese Stocks: An Analysis of Tick-by-tick Data of the Tokyo Stock Exchange 1999-05 255 KB
1999-E-15 Jun Muranaga, Tokiko Shimizu Expectations and Market Microstructure when Liquidity Is Lost 1999-05 369 KB
1999-E-14 Jun Muranaga, Tokiko Shimizu Market Microstructure and Market Liquidity 1999-05 190 KB
1999-E-13 James H. Stock Monetary Policy in a Changing Economy: Indicators, Rules, and the Shift Towards Intangible Output
/Knowledge-based economy, Time varying NAIRU, Taylor rule
1999-05 1,448 KB
1999-E-12 Robert J. Gordon Monetary Policy in the Age of Information Technology
/Information Technology, Multifactor Productivity, NAIRU, Solow Paradox
1999-05 140 KB
/Neoclassical growth theory, Investment and Productivity, Human capital, Intellectual capital, R&D, Sources of economic growth
1999-05 163 KB
1999-E-10 Masahiro Kuroda, Koji Nomura An Explanation of The Productivity Paradox: TFP Spillover through Capital Accumulation
/Solow Paradox, Total Factor Productivity, Measurement Error, Spillover of Technology
1999-05 517 KB
1999-E-9 Hal R. Varian Markets for Information Goods
/Information good, Experience good, Returns to scale, Previewing and browsing, Excludability, Intellectual property
1999-05 161 KB
1999-E-8 Curtis J. Milhaupt Japan's Experience with Deposit Insurance and Failing Banks: Implications for Financial Regulatory Design?
/Deposit Insurance, Bank Failure
1999-03 142 KB
1999-E-7 Milton H. Marquis The Joint and Several Effects of Liquidity Constraints, Financing Constraints, and Financial Intermediation on the Welfare Cost of Inflation
/inflation taxes, financing constraints, financial intermediation
1999-02 280 KB
1999-E-6 Hiroshi Fujiki, Edward. J. Green, Akira Yamakzaki Sharing the Risk of Settlement Failure: Synopsis
/settlement system, risk sharing, private information, mechanism design, core
1999-02 194 KB
1999-E-5 Hitoshi Mio, Masahiro Higo Underlying Inflation and the Distribution of Price Changes Evidence from the Japanese Trimmed Mean CPI
/underlying inflation, trimmed mean CPI, price change distribution, temporary relative price shock
1999-02 307 KB
1999-E-4 Michael F. Bryan, Stephen G. Cecchetti The Monthly Measurement of Core Inflation in Japan
/Inflation Measurement, Core Inflation, Trimmed Means, Median
1999-02 384 KB
1999-E-3 Tokiko Shimizu, Takashi Ui Contagious Expectations and Malfunctions of Markets: Some Lessons from Japanese Financial Institution Failures in 1997 1999-01 257 KB
1999-E-2 Jun Muranaga, Tokiko Shimizu Effect of Trading Halt System on Market Functioning: Simulation Analysis of Market Behavior with Artificial Shutdown
/Artificial market model, Feedback mechanism, Market crash, Trading halt system
1999-01 1,691 KB
1999-E-1 Yukinobu Kitamura, Shuji Kobayakawa Risk Accumulation, Contagion and The Rules for Bank Failure
/contagion, random walk, arc-sine theorem, closure rule, capital injection
1999-01 234 KB