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.14, No.2 / December 1996
Vol.14, No.1 / July 1996

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Vol.14, No.2 / December 1996

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Peter M. Garber The Use of the Yen as a Reserve Currency
/Reserve currency;Internationalization;Market liquidity;Transaction tax;Securities settlement
Yutaka Soejima The Long-Run Relationship between Real GDP, Money Supply, and Price Level: Unit Root and Cointegration Tests with Structual Changes
/Structural change;Deterministic cointegration;Stochastic cointegration;Money demand function
Hiroshi Fujiki and
Casey B. Mulligan
A Structural Analysis of Money Demand: Cross-Sectional Evidence from Japan
/Demand for money;Monetary policy
Hiroshi Fujiki Central Bank Independence Indexes in Economic Analysis: A Reappraisal
/Central bank independence indexes;Panel data;Cross-country comparison
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Vol.14, No.1 / July 1996

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Allan H. Meltzer On Making Monetary Policy More Effective Domestically and Internationally
/Price stability;Inflation;Monetary policy;Central banks;Credibility;Adaptive rules
John B. Taylor Policy Rules as a Means to a More Effective Monetary Policy
/Monetary policy;Policy rule;Inflation target;Price stability;Output stability;Time inconsistency
Tommaso Padoa-Schioppa Styles of Monetary Management
/Central banking;Styles of monetary policy
Hiroshi Fujiki and
Casey B. Mulligan
Production, Financial Sophistication, and the Demand for Money by Households and Firms
/Demand for money;Consumer economics;Household production;Firm behavior
Manfred J. M. Neumann A Comparative Study of Seigniorage: Japan and Germany
/Seigniorage;Inflation tax;Bank of Japan;Bundesbank;Foreign exchange losses
Takatoshi Ito and Tokuo Iwaisako Explaining Asset Bubbles in Japan
/Stock price;Land price;Asset bubbles;Bank lending to the real estate sector
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