References

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

There are 67 references in this bibliography folder.

Dees, S, Pesaran, H, Smith, LV, and Smith, RP (2008).
Identification of New Keynesian Phillips Curves from a Global Perspective
Institute for the Study of Labor, Discussion Papers(3298).

Fanelli, L (2008).
Testing the New Keynesian Phillips Curve Through Vector Autoregressive Models: Results from the Euro Area
Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, 70(2):53-66.

Framroze _Møller, N (2008).
Bridging Economic Theory Models and the Cointegrated Vector Autoregressive Model
Kiel Institute for the World Economy, Economics Discussion Paper(2008-21).

Juselius, M (2008).
Cointegration Implications of Linear Rational Expectation Models
Bank of Finland, Research Discussion Paper(6).

Matheson, T (2008).
Phillips Curve Forecasting in a Small Open Economy
Economics Letters, 98(2):161-166.

Ireland, P (2007).
Changes in the Federal Reserve's Inflation Target: Causes and Consequences
Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, 39(8):1851-1882.

Nelson, C and Lee, J (2007).
Expectation Horizon and the Phillips Curve: The Solution to an Empirical Puzzle
Journal of Applied Econometrics, 22(1):161-178.

Sbordone, A (2007).
Inflation Persistence: Alternative Interpretations and Policy Implications
Journal of Monetary Economics, 54:1311-1339.

Batini, N (2006).
Euro Area Inflation Persistence
Empirical Economics, 31(4):977-1002.

Johansen, S (2006).
Confronting the Economic Model with the Data
In: Post Walrasian Macroeconomics, ed. by Colander, D., Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Barkbu, B and Batini, N (2005).
The New-Keynesian Phillips Curve When Inflation is Non-Stationary
PhD thesis, European University Institute.

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.

Cogley, T and Sargent, T (2005).
Drift and Volatilities: Monetary Policies and Outcomes in the Post WWII U.S
Review of Economic Dynamics, 8(2):262-302.

Gali, J and Monacelli, T (2005).
Monetary Policy and Exchange Rate Volatility in a Small Open Economy
Review of Economic Studies, 72(3):707-734.

Gali, J, Gertler, M, and Lopez-Salido, DJ (2005).
Robustness of the estimates of the Hybrid New Keynesian Phillips Curve
Journal of Monetary Economics, 52(6):1107-1118.

Linde, J (2005).
Estimating New-Keynesian Phillips Curves: A Full Information Maximum Likelihood Approach
Journal of Monetary Economics, 52(6):1135-1149.

Razin, A (2005).
Aggregate Supply, Investment in Capacity, and Potential Output
Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, 37(1):179-190.

Roberts, JM (2005).
How Well Does the New Keynesian Sticky-Price Model Fit the Data?
Contributions to Macroeconomics, 5(1):1-37.

Rudd, J and Whelan, K (2005).
New Tests of the New-Keynesian Phillips Curve
Journal of Monetary Economics, 52(6):1167-1181.

Rudd, J and Whelan, K (2005).
Does the Labor's Share Drive Inflation?
Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, 37:297-312.

Sbordone, AM (2005).
Do Expected Future Marginal Costs Drive Inflation Dynamics?
Journal of Monetary Economics, 52(6):1183-1197.

Tillmann, P (2005).
The New Keynesian Phillips Curve in Europe: Does It Fit or Does It Fail?
Deutsche Bank, Deutsche Bundesbank Discussion Paper Series 1(4).

Bardsen, G, Jansen, E, and Nymoen, R (2004).
Econometric Evaluation of the New Keynesian Phillips Curve
Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, 66:671-686.

Fuhrer, JC and Rudebusch, GD (2004).
Estimating the Euler equation for output
Journal of Monetary Economics, 51:1133-1153.

Giordani, P (2004).
Evaluating New-Keynesian Models of Small Open Economy
Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, 66:713-733.