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.