Economic Quarterly


Issue Title Author(s)
Fall 2001 On the Size Distribution of Banks Huberto M. Ennis
Fall 2001 A Primer on Optimal Monetary Policy with Staggered Price-Setting Alexander L. Wolman
Fall 2001 Should Banks Be Recapitalized? Douglas W. Diamond
Fall 2001 International Pricing in New Open-Economy Models Margarida Duarte
Summer 2001 Transparency in the Practice of Monetary Policy J. Alfred Broaddus, Jr.
Summer 2001 The Growth of Unsecured Credit: Are We Better Off? Kartik B. Athreya
Summer 2001 Regulating Bank Capital Structure to Control Risk Edward S. Prescott
Summer 2001 Consumption, Savings, and the Meaning of the Wealth Effect in General Equilibrium Carl D. Lantz
Pierre-Daniel G. Sarte
Spring 2001 To Forgive or Not to Forgive: An Analysis of U.S. Consumer Bankruptcy Choices Wenli Li
Spring 2001 Optimal Taxation in Infinitely-Lived Agent and Overlapping Generations Models: A Review Martin Gervais
Andrés Erosa
Spring 2001 The Wealth Effect in Empirical Life-Cycle Aggregate Consumption Equations Yash P. Mehra
Spring 2001 Using the Federal Funds Futures Market to Predict Monetary Policy Actions Raymond E. Owens
Roy H. Webb
Winter 2001 Introduction to Special Issue Jeffrey M. Lacker
Winter 2001 What Assets Should the Federal Reserve Buy? Marvin Goodfriend
J. Alfred Broaddus, Jr.
Winter 2001 Why We Need an "Accord" for Federal Reserve Credit Policy: A Note Marvin Goodfriend
Winter 2001 The Treasury-Fed Accord: A New Narrative Account Robert L. Hetzel
Ralph F. Leach
Winter 2001 After the Accord: Reminiscences on the Birth of the Modern Fed Robert L. Hetzel
Ralph F. Leach
Winter 2001 Monetary Policy Frameworks and Indicators for the Federal Reserve in the 1920s Thomas M. Humphrey
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