The New Keynesian Monetary Model: Does it Show the Comovement Between Output and Inflation in the U.S.?
AbstractPublished as article in: Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control (2008), 32(May), pp. 1466-1488.
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Date of creation: 2004
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