References

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

There are 87 references in this bibliography folder.

Del Negro, M, Schorfheide, F, Smets, F, and Wouters, R (2006).
On the Fit of New-Keynesian Models
European Central Bank, Working Paper(491).

Evans, GW and Ramey, G (2006).
Adaptive Expectations, Underparameterization and the Lucas Critique
Journal of Monetary Economics, 53..

Mankiw, NG and Reis, R (2006).
Pervasive Stickiness
American Economic Review, 96(2):164-169.

Ravenna, F and Walsh, CE (2006).
Optimal monetary policy with the cost channel
Journal of Monetary Economics, 53(2):199-216.

Rudd, J and Whelan, K (2006).
Can Rational Expectations Sticky-Price Models Explain Inflation Dynamics?
American Economic Review, 96(1):303-320.

Sahuc, J (2006).
Partial Indexation, Trend Inflation, and the Hybrid Phillips Curve
Economics Letters, 90(1):42-50.

Woodford, M (2006).
Rules for Monetary Policy
NBER Reporter.

Andrés, J, Lopez-Salido, JD, and Nelson, E (2005).
Sticky-Price Models and the Natural Rate Hypothesis
Journal of Monetary Economics, 52:1025-1053.

Batini, N, Jackson, B, and Nickell, S (2005).
An Open-Economy New Keynesian Phillips Curve for the U.K
Journal of Monetary Economics, 52:1061-1071.

Belaygorod, A, Laubach, T, Mishkin, FS, and Dueker, MJ (2005).
Discrete Monetary Policy Changes and Changing Inflation Targets in Estimated Stochastic General Equilibrium Models
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Review:719-733.

Bernanke, BS and Woodford, M (2005).
The Inflation-Targeting Debate
The University of Chicago Press.

Blanchard, OJ and Gali, J (2005).
Real Wage Rigidities and the New Keynesian Model
Centre for Economic Policy Research.

Bouakez, H, Cardia, E, and Ruge-Murcia, FJ (2005).
Habit Formation and the Persistence of Monetary Shocks
Journal of Monetary Economics, 52:1073-1088.

Cecchetti, SG and Kim, J (2005).
Inflation Targeting, Price-Path Targeting, and Output Variability
In: The inflation-targeting debate, pp. 173-200, University of Chicago Press.

Christiano, LJ and Evans, CL (2005).
Nominal Rigidities and the Dynamic Effects of a Shock to Monetary Policy
Journal of Political Economy, 113:1-45.

Coenen, G and Wieland, V (2005).
Euro Area Model with Rational Expectations and Nominal Rigidities
European Economic Review, 49:1081-1104.

Corsetti, G and Pesenti, P (2005).
International Dimensions of Optimal Monetary Policy
Journal of Monetary Economics, 52:281-305.

Gali, J, Gertler, M, and Lopez-Salido, JD (2005).
Robustness of the Estimates of the Hybrid New Keynesian Phillips Curve
Journal of Monetary Economics, 52:1107-1118.

Giannoni, MP and Woodford, M (2005).
Optimal Inflation-Targeting Rules
In: The inflation-targeting debate, pp. 93-172, University of Chicago Press.

Gurkaynak, R, Sack, B, and Swanson, E (2005).
The Sensitivity of Long-Term Interest Rates to Economic News: Evidence and Implications for Macroeconomic Models
The American Economic Review, 95:425-436.

Iacoviello, M (2005).
House Prices, Borrowing Constraints, and Monetary Policy in the Business Cycle
American Economic Review, 95(3):739-764.

Kim, J and Henderson, DW (2005).
Inflation Targeting and Nominal-Income-Growth Targeting: When and Why are They Suboptimal?
Journal of Monetary Economics, 52(8):1463-1495.

Kurmann, A (2005).
Quantifying the Uncertainty about the Fit of a New Keynesian Pricing Model
Journal of Monetary Economics, 52:1119-1134.

Leith, C and Malley, J (2005).
Estimated general equilibrium models for the evaluation of monetary policy in the US and Europe
European Economic Review, 49(8):2137-2159.

Linde, J (2005).
Estimating New-Keynesian Phillips curves: A full information maximum likelihood approach
Journal of Monetary Economics, 52(6):1135-1149.