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.8, No.2 / September 1990
Vol.8, No.1 / March 1990

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Vol.8, No.2 / September 1990

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Kumiharu Shigehara Some Reflections on Monetary Policy Issues in Japan
Tomoo Yoshida and Robert H. Rasche The M2 Demand in Japan: Shifted and Unstable?
Robert H. Rasche Equilibrium Income and Interest Elasticities of the Demand for M1 in Japan
Sawaichiro Kamata Measuring "Herstatt Risk"
Gene M. Grossman Explaining Japan's Innovation and Trade: A Model of Quality Competition and Dynamic Comparative Advantage
Mitsuhiro Fukao Liberalization of Japan's Foreign Exchange Controls and Structural Changes in the Balance of Payments
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Vol.8, No.1 / January 1990

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Tomoo Yoshida On the Stability of the Japanese Money Demand Function: Estimation Results Using the Error Correction Model
Kenneth J. Singleton Interpreting Changes in the Volatility of Yields on Japnanese Long-term Bonds
Hirochika Nishikawa Influence of Exchange Rate Fluctuation on Japan's Manufacturing Industry - Empirical Analysis : 1980-88
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