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These are publications indexed on RePEc about the above topic. This reading list is managed by Christian Zimmermann (who can update the reading list here). You can also create your own reading list here. This page is updated in the first days of each month, at least.
Papers presented during the annual meetings of the CMSG This list is incomplete. If anybody has the remaining programs, please let me know.


  • William Scarth and Gordon Myers, "Price Flexibility, Exchange rate Policy, and Macroeconomic Stability"
  • Alan Rugman, "Trade Liberalization and International Investment"
  • Constance Smith, "Asset Preferences and the Insulation Properties of a Flexible Exchange Rate"
  • John Floyd and Allan Hynes, "Monetary Theories of the Balance of Payments and Exchange Rates"
  • David Longworth and Robert Lafrance, "Real Commodity Prices and the Canadian Exchange Rate 1971-86"
  • David Johnson and Lawrence Schembri, "The Relationship between Exchange Rates, Prices, Wages and Output in Canada: A Time-Series Analysis"
  • Steven Ambler, "Conditional Exchange Rate Forecasting Using the 'News'"
  • Thomas McCurdy and Ieuan Morgan, "The Behaviour of the Basis in Foreign Currency Futures Markets"


  • Michael Devereux, "Intertemporal Trading Dynamics in a Two-Country Maximizing Model"
  • David Nickerson, "A Model of Monopoly Production, Prices and Capacity Investment in the Cycle"
  • Louis Phaneuf, "Une discrimination empirique des théoriques monétaires et réelles du cycle économique"
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  • Gregor Smith, "Testing Positive Theories of Fiscal Policy"
  • Stephen Jones, "Dynamic Efficiency Wage Models"
  • Lawrence Schembri, "Canadian Foreign Exchange Market Intervention"
  • Pierre Fortin, "Règles de stabilisation monétaire et vitesse de retour à l'équilibre en économie ouverte"


  • David Nickerson and V. Sadanand, "The Value of Disclosure"
  • Robert Jones, "Interest rate Volatility and Real Investment"
  • Vasant Naik, "Asset Prices in Dynamic Production Economies with Stochastic Volatility in Output"
  • Jean-Marie Dufour, Alistair Hall and Eric Ghysels, "Generalized Predictive Tests in Econometrics and Finance"
  • Serge Coulombe and Pierre Fortin, "Wage Behaviour in Financial Distress, 1926-1988"
  • John McCallum, "Some International Evidence on the Ricardian Equivalence"


  • Anthony Smith, "Solving Nonlinear Rational Expectations Models: A New Approach"
  • Craig Burnside, "An Empirical Study of the Intertemporal Consumption-Based Asset Pricing Model: Why Is this Model Rejected?"
  • Steven Ambler and Paul Boothe, "Learning and Rational Expectations: Evidence from the Foreign Exchange Market"


  • Richard Rogerson, "Sectoral Shocks, Human Capital and Displaced Workers"


  • Per Krusell and Tony Smith, "Costly Implementation and Equilibrium Decision Rule Selection in the Neoclassical Growth Model"
  • Steve Ambler and Emanuela Cardia, "A Dynamic Model of Imperfect Competition with Keynesian Features"
  • Makoto Saito, "On the Stationary Distribution of Risk Premia in An Economy with Stockholders and Non-Stockholders: A Simple Explanation for the Mehra and Prescott Puzzle"
  • Bart Moore, "Self-fulfilling Expectations and Economic Growth in the Presence of Externalities"


  • Seamus Hogan and Christopher Ragan, "Matching Based Frictional Unemployment and U.I. Policy Experiments"
  • Dominique Simard, "Private Information and Aggregate Labor Market Fluctuations"
  • Tan Wang, David Wilton and Tony Wirjanto, "Unemployment, Uncertainty, and Unemployment Insurance"
  • Merwan Engineer, "Banking Panics and Deposit Insurance"
  • Allin Cottrell, Michael Lawlor and John Wood, "Is There a Connection Between Deposit Insurance and Bank Failure?"
  • Allen Head, "World Business Cycles with National and International Returns to Scale"
  • Martin Eichenbaum, "What Happens After an Open Market Operation: An Empirical Investigation"
  • Bart Taub, "A Feedback-Based Model of Endogenous Fluctuations and Assets"
  • Huw Lloyd-Ellis, "Enterprise, Education and the Distribution of gains from Growth"
  • Jonas Fisher, "Capital Market Imperfections and the Monetary Transition Mechanism"


  • Pedro Auger and Paul Beaudry, "A Dynamic Model of the Asymmetric Effects of Monetary Shocks"
  • Makoto Saito, "Equity Premia and Business Cycles"


  • Huntley Schaller, "Identifying Monetary Policy in a Small Open Economy under Flexible Exchange Rates"
  • Martin Boileau, "International Implications of Embodied Technological Change"


  • James Nason and John Rogers, "How do Non-tradable Goods Matter for Current Account Fluctuations?"


  • Beverly Lapham and Marianne Vigneault, "International Relative Prices in the Presence of Deviations from the Laws of One Price"
  • Paul Willen, "Estimation of the Benefits of Financial Innovation Using Micro Level Data"


  • John Knowles, "Can Parental Decisions Explain U.S. Income Inequality?"
  • Eric Fisher, "Explaining Bubbles in Experimental Asset Markets"


  • Dennis Tao and Xiaodong Zhu, "Family Investment, Fertility Choice, and Economic Development"
  • David Cook and Michael Devereux, "Capital Market Panics, Exchange Rate Depreciation, and Economic Collapse"
  • Ted Temzelides and Stephen Williamson, "Payment Systems, Settlement, and Risk"


  • Allen Head, Todd Mattina and Gregor Smith, "Utility-Based Measures of International Risk Sharing"
  • David Andolfatto, Chris Ferral and Paul Gomme, "Can Human Capital Theory Explain the Distribution of Earnings and Income?"



  • Yoram Halevy and James Nason, "Shiftwork and the Business Cycle"
  • David Cook and Michael Devereux, "The Dangers of Hard Pegs: Monetary and Fiscal Policy Interaction in Emerging Markets"




  • Craig Burnside, Martin Eichenbaum and Sergio Rebelo, "Uncovered Interest Rate Parity"
  • Ian King and Peter Kennedy, "Dynamic Language Policy"
  • Michele Boldrin and Jesus Fernandez-Villaverde, "A Theory of Business Cycles"


  • Berthold Herrendorf, James Schmitz and Arilton Teixeira, "Exploring the Implications of Large Decreases in Transportation Costs"
  • Larry Christiano, "The Money and Credit in Monetary Policy"


  • Raoul Minetti and Leo Ferraris, "Creditors' skills and the long run impact of financial liberalization"





  • Lee Ohanian, "Distorted Labor Markets: The 1930s and Today"



  • Tobias Broer, Marek Kapicka, Paul Klein "Consumption Risk Sharing with Private Information when Earnings are Persistent"
  • Gabriele Camera, Marco Casari, Maria Bigoni "Money and Trust Among Strangers"


  • Julien Bengui, Javier Bianchi, "Capital Flow Management when Capital Controls Leak"
  • Kim Ruhl "The Aggregate Impact of Antidumping Policies"
  • Antonio Doblas-Madrid, Kevin Lansing "Credit-Fuelled Bubbles"
  • Avihai Lifschitz, Ofer Setty, Yaniv Yadid-Levi "Who Cares about Unemployment Insurance?"
  • Jinill Kim, Francisco Ruge-Murcia "Extreme Events and the Fed"
  • Brant Abbot, Giovanni Gallipolli "Skill Complementarity and the Georgraphy of Intergenerational Mobility"

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