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1996-E-31
Carl E. Walsh Inflation and Central Bank Independence: Is Japan Really an Outlier?
1996/12
1996-E-30
Yukinobu Kitamura Indexed Bonds and Monetary Policy: The Real Interest Rate and the Expected Rate of Inflation
1996/12
1996-E-29
Susanne Lohmann Is Japan Special? Monetary Linkages and Price Stability
1996/11
1996-E-28
Edward J. Green Money and Debt in the Structure of Payments
1996/11
1996-E-27
Nobuyuki Oda A Note on the Estimation of Japanese Government Bond Yield Curves
1996/8
1996-E-26
Michio Ueda, Isamu Taguchi, and Tsutomu Saito Non-destructive Analysis of the Fineness of Kobans in the Yedo Period
1996/8
1996-E-25
Morio Seno'o Yamada Hagaki and the History of Paper Currency in Japan
1996/8
1996-E-24
Naoto Kunitomo and Seisho Sato Estimation of Asymmetrical Volatility for Asset Prices: The Simultaneous Switching ARIMA Approach
1996/6
1996-E-23
Akira Yamazaki Foreign Exchange Netting and Systemic Risk
1996/6
1996-E-22
Harris Dellas, Behzad Diba, and Peter Garber Resolving Failed Banks: The U.S. S&L Experience
1996/6
1996-E-21
Bennett T. McCallum Inflation Targeting in Canada, New Zealand, Sweden, the Unaited Kingdom, and in General
1996/6
1996-E-20
Tommaso Padoa-Schioppa Styles of Monetary Management
1996/3
1996-E-19
Kunio Okina The Policy Objectives and the Optimal Institutional Framework of a Central Bank
1996/3
1996-E-18
Franco Bruni Central Bank Independence in the European Union
1996/3
1996-E-17
Clive Briault, Andrew Haldane, and Mervyn King Independence and Accountability
1996/3
1996-E-16
Kazuo Ueda Japanese Monetary Policy Rules or Discretion? PartII
1996/3
1996-E-15
Manfred J.M. Neumann Monetary Targeting in Germany
1996/3
1996-E-14
Benjamin M. Friedman The Rise and Fall of Money Growth Targets as Guidelines for U.S. Monetary Policy
1996/3
1996-E-13
David Laidler Inflation Control and Monetary Policy Rules
1996/3
1996-E-12
John B. Taylor Policy Rules as a Means to a More Effective Monetary Policy
1996/3
1996-E-11
Allan H. Melzer On Making Monetary Policy More Effective Domestically and Internationally
1996/3
1996-E-10
Naohiko Baba Empirical Studies on the Recent Decline in Bank Lending Growth: An Approach Based on Asymmetric Information
1996/2
1996-E-9
Yutaka Soejima The Long-Run Relationship between Real GDP, Money Supply, and Price Level: Reexamination of Cointegration Test
1996/1
1996-E-8
Atsutoshi Mori, Makoto Ohsawa, and Tokiko Shimizu Calculation of Value at Risk and Risk/Return Simulation
1996/1
1996-E-7
Hiroshi Fujiki and Casey B. Mulligan A Structural Analysis of Money Demand: Cross-Sectional Evidence from Japan
1996/1
1996-E-6
Hiroshi Fujiki and Casey B. Mulligan Production, Financial Sophistication, and the Demand for Money by Households and Firms
1996/1
1996-E-5
Toshiaki Watanabe Intraday Price Volatility and Trading Volume: A Case of the Japanese Government Bond Futures
1996/1
1996-E-4
Tokiko Shimizu and Tsukasa Yamashita Dynamic Micro and Macro Stress Simulation
1996/1
1996-E-3
Shumpei Okada, Eiji Harada, and Fumihiko Tsunoda Integration of Credit Risk with Market Risk in Asset Liability Management
1996/1
1996-E-2
Atutoshi Mori, Makoto Ohsawa, and Tokiko Shimizu A Framework for More Effective Stress Testing
1996/1
1996-E-1
Shinji Nishida

The "Domino Effest of Defaults" and Its Implications for Regulatory Actions

1996/1

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