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Vol.10, No.2 / November 1992
Vol.10, No.1 / February 1992

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Vol.10, No.2 / November 1992

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Kenneth Rogoff Traded Goods Consumption Smoothing and the Random Walk Behavior of the Real Exchange Rate
Tsutomu Watanabe The Optimal Currency Composition of Government Debt
Fumio Hayashi Explaining Japan's Saving: A Review of Recent Literature
Paul D. McNelis and Naoyuki Yoshino Monetary Stabilization with Interest Rate Instruments in Japan: A Linear Quadratic Control Analysis
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Vol.10, No.1 / February 1992

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Allan H.Meltzer Some Lessons from the Great Inflations
Stanley Fischer Lessons from Moderate Inflations
John B. Taylor Price Stabilization in the 1990s: An Overview
Kazuhito Ikeo Information Technology and the Restructuring of Banking Services
Mitsuru Iwamura The Determination of Monetary Aggregates and Interest Rates
Hiroshi Shibuya Dynamic Equilibrium Price Index: Asset Price and Inflation
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