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Vol.29 / November 2011
|Author(s)||Title/Keywords||Full Text (PDF)|
|Ryo Kato, Nobuyuki Oda, Nao Sudo, Tomoo Yoshida||Real and Financial Linkage and Monetary Policy: Summary of the 2011 Annual International Conference Organized by the Institute for Monetary and Economic Studies of the Bank of Japan||67KB|
|Masaaki Shirakawa||Bubbles, Demographic Change and Natural Disasters||476KB|
|Maurice Obstfeld||International Liquidity: The Fiscal Dimension
/International liquidity; Sovereign debt; Euro zone crisis; Fiscal union; International Monetary Fund; Special Drawing Rights
|Charles A. E. Goodhart, Dimitrios P. Tsomocos||The Mayekawa Lecture: The Role of Default in Macroeconomics
/Transversality; Money; Bankruptcy cost; Asset bubbles; Resolution mechanisms
|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
|Jouchi Nakajima||Time-Varying Parameter VAR Model with Stochastic Volatility: An Overview of Methodology and Empirical Applications
/Bayesian inference; Markov chain Monte Carlo; Monetary policy; State space model; Structural vector autoregression; Stochastic volatility; Time-varying parameter
|Keisuke Otsu||Accounting for Japanese Business Cycles: A Quest for Labor Wedges
/Business cycle accounting; Japanese labor market