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Michael Dotsey served as a vice president in the Research Department until 2002. Dotsey is currently vice president and senior economic policy advisor at the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia.

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Paper Title Author(s)
09-6R
April 2009
On the Implementation of Markov-Perfect Monetary Policy (Revised August 2011) Michael Dotsey
Andreas Hornstein
06-3
May 2006
Nontraded Goods, Market Segmentation, and Exchange Rates Michael Dotsey
Margarida Duarte
02-4
November 2002
Should Optimal Discretionary Monetary Policy Look at Money? Michael Dotsey
Andreas Hornstein
00-9
August 2000
The Behavior of the Real Rate of Interest Over the Business Cycle Michael Dotsey
Brian Scholl
99-6
August 1999
Structure from Shocks Michael Dotsey
97-8
June 1997
The Effects of Fiscal Policy in a Neoclassical Growth Model Michael Dotsey
Ching-Sheng Mao
97-5
May 1997
Inflation Uncertainty and Growth in a Simple Monetary Model Michael Dotsey
Pierre-Daniel G. Sarte
97-2
February 1997
State Dependent Pricing and Dynamics of Business Cycles Michael Dotsey
Robert G. King
Alexander L. Wolman
95-2
March 1995
Some Not So Unpleasant Monetarist Arithmetic Michael Dotsey
94-4
March 1994
The Welfare Cost of Inflation in General Equilibrium Michael Dotsey
Peter N. Ireland
94-3
February 1994
The Effects of Fiscal Policy in a Neoclassical Growth Model Michael Dotsey
Ching-Sheng Mao
93-1
February 1993
Liquidity Effects and Transactions Technologies Michael Dotsey
Peter N. Ireland
90-11
November 1990
How Well Do Linear Approximation Methods Work? Results for Suboptimal Dynamic Equilibria Michael Dotsey
Ching-Sheng Mao
90-1
February 1990
Interest Rate Rules and Nominal Determinacy John H. Boyd, III
Michael Dotsey
87-5
October 1987
Monetary Control under Alternative Operating Procedures Michael Dotsey
87-4
October 1987
The Economic Effects of Corporate Taxes in a Stochastic Growth Model Michael Dotsey
86-1
March 1986
The Demand for Currency in the United States Michael Dotsey
85-4
June 1985
Monetary Policy, Secrecy, and Federal Funds Rate Behavior Michael Dotsey
84-8
September 1984
Informational Implications of Interest Rate Rules Michael Dotsey
Robert G. King
83-2
January 1983
The Effects of Cash Management Practices on the Demand for Demand Deposits Michael Dotsey