Monetary and Economic Studies is published, in principle twice a year, by the Bank of Japan's Institute for Monetary and Economic Studies (IMES). In line with IMES policy, the publication seeks to provide information on monetary and economic issues to the general public. Articles include research achievements by the staff and visiting scholars, and selected works from the proceedings of conferences sponsored by IMES.

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Vol.3, No.3 / December 1985
Vol.3, No.2 / September 1985
Vol.3, No.1 / May 1985

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Vol.3, No.3 / December 1985

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Allan H. Meltzer Variability of Prices, Output and Money Under Fixed and Fluctuating Exchange Rates: An Empirical Study of Monetary Regimes in Japan and the United States
Yasuhiro Horiye Savings Behavior of the Japanese Households
Kunio Okina Reexamination of Empirical Studies Using Granger Causality -"Causality" Between Money Supply and Nominal Income-


Vol.3, No.2 / September 1985

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Yoshio Suzuki Japan's Monetary Policy Over the Past 10 Years
Milton Friedman Monetary Policy in a Fiat World
James Tobin Finaicial Innovation and Deregulation in Perspective
Masatoshi Kinoshita Bank Management and Financial Order in the Phase of Liberalization and Internationalization of Financial Markets


Vol.3, No.1 / May 1985

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Kunio Okina Empirical Tests of "Bubbles" in the Foreign Exchange Market
Yoshiaki Shikano Expectations Theory and Term Structure of Interest Rates
Masahiko Takeda A Theory of Loan Rate Determination in Japan
Thomas F. Cargill A U.S. Perspective on Japanese Financial Liberalization

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