This folder holds the following references to publications, sorted by year and author.

There are 30 references in this bibliography folder.

Chen, P and Flaschel, P (2005).
Keynesian dynamics and the wage-price spiral: identifying downward rigidities
Computational Economics, 25:115-142.

Hoover, K (2005).
Automatic inference of the contemporaneous causal order of a system of equations
Econometric Theory, 21:69-77.

Bach, F and Jordan, M (2004).
Learning graphical models for stationary time series
IEEE Tansmitions on Signal Processing, 52:2189-2199.

Demiralp, S and Hoover, K (2004).
Searching for the causal structure of a vector autoregression
Oxford Bulletin of Economics and statistics, 65:745-767.

Jonsson, M and Palmqvist, S (2004).
Do higher wages cause inflation?
Sveriges Riksbank (Central Bank of Sweden), Working Paper Series(159).

Eichler, M (2003).
Granger causality and path diagrams for multivariate time series
Department of Statistics, University of Chicago, Discussion papers.

Cartwright, N (2001).
What is wrong with Bayes nets?
MONIST, 84:242-264.

Spirtes, P, Glymour, C, and Scheines, R (2001).
Causation, prediction and search
Springer-Verlag, New York / Berlin / London / Heidelberg / Paris, 2nd ed.

Dahlhaus, R (2000).
Graphical interpretation for multivariate time series
Metrika, 51:157-172.

Hess, G and Schweitzer, M (2000).
Does wage inflation cause price inflation?
Federal Reserve Bank of Cleverland, Policy Discussion Paper(10).

Pearl, J (2000).
Cambridge University Press, 1st edition ed.

Ghali, K (1999).
Wage growth and the inflation process: A multivariate cointegration analysis
Journal of Money, Credit and Baking, 31:417-431.

Freedman, D and Humphreys, P (1998).
Are there algorithms that discover causal structure?
University of California, Technical Report(514).

Hogan, V (1998).
Explaning the recent behavior of inflation and unemployment in the united states
IMF, working paper(98/145).

Clark, TE (1997).
Do producer prices help predict consumer prices?
Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, Research Working Paper(97-09).

Staiger, D, Stock, J, and Watson, M (1997).
The NAIRU, unemployment and monetary policy
Jounal of Economic Perspectives, 11:33-49.

Swanson, N and Granger, J (1997).
Impulse response functions based on causal approach to residual orthogonalization in vector autoregressions
Journal of the American Statistical Association, 92:357-367.

Heckerman (1995).
A tutorial on Learning with Bayesian networks
Microsoft Research(MSR-TR-95-06):

Heckerman, D, Geiger, D, and Chickering, D (1995).
Learning Bayesian network: The combination of knowledge and statistical data
Machine Learning, 20:197-243.

Rissman, E (1995).
Sectoral wage growth and the inflation
Economic Perspectives(July/August):15-28.

Dhrymes, P (1993).
Topics in advanced econometrics
Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, 1st ed.

Mehra, Y (1993).
Unit labor costs and the price level
Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond Economic Review, 79:25-53.

No names specified (1991).
A theory of inferred causation
In J.A. Allen, R. Fikes, and E. Sandewall (Eds.), Principles of knowledge representation and reasoning: procedings of the 2nd international conference:441-52.

Pearl, J and Verma, T (1991).
A theory of inferred causation
In: Principles of knowledge representation and reasoning: proceedings of the 2nd international conference, ed. by J.A. Allen, R. Fikes, and E. Sandewall, pp. 441-452, Morgan Kaufmann, San Mateo, CA.

Glymour, S and Spirtes, G (1988).
Latent variables, causal model and overidentfying constraints
Journal of Econometrics, 39:175-198.