References

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

There are 59 references in this bibliography folder.

Erixon, L (2008).
The Swedish Third Way: An Assessment of the Performance and Validity of the Rehn-Meidner Model
Cambridge Journal of Economics, 32(3):367-393.

Mihov, I and Rose, AK (2008).
Is Old Money Better than New? Duration and Monetary Regimes
Economics: The Open-Access, Open-Assessment E-Journal, 2(2008-13).

Lin, S and Ye, H (2007).
Does inflation targeting really make a difference? Evaluating the treatment effect of inflation targeting in seven industrial countries
Journal of Monetary Economics, 54(8):2521-2533.

Calmfors, L and Johansson, A (2006).
Nominal Wage Flexibility, Wage Indexation and Monetary Union
The Economic Journal, 116:283–308.

Ball, L and Sheridan, N (2005).
Does Inflation Targeting Matter?
In: The Inflation Targeting Debate, ed. by B.S. Bernanke and M. Woodford, The University of Chicago Press, Chicago.

Vega, M and Winkelried, D (2005).
Inflation Targeting and Inflation Behavior: A Successful Story?
International Journal of Central Banking, 1(3).

Fregert, K and Jonung, L (2004).
Deflation Dynamics in Sweden. Perceptions, Expectations and Adjustment during the Deflations of 1921–1923 and 1931–1932.
In: Deflation. Current and Historical Perspectives, ed. by R.C.K. Burdekin and P.L. Siklos, pp. 91-128, Cambridge University Press., Cambridge.

Friedman, BM (2004).
Why the Federal Reserve Should Not Adopt Inflation Targeting
International Finance, 7(1):129-136.

Christofides, L and Peng, C (2003).
Contract Duration and Indexation in a Period of Real and Nominal Uncertainty
CESifo Group Munich, CESifo Working Paper Series(CESifo Working Paper No.).

Truman, E (2003).
Inflation Targeting in the World Economy
Institute for Inter-national Economics, Washington.

Groth, C and Johansson, � (2002).
Bargaining Structure and Nominal Wage Flexibility
Stockholm University, Institute for International Economic Studies, Seminar Papers(709).

Murphy, KJ (2000).
What effect does uncertainty have on the length of labor contracts?
Labour Economics, 7(2):181-201.

Rich, R and Tracy, J (2000).
Uncertainty and Labor Contract Durations
National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc, NBER Working Papers(7731).

Bernanke, B, Laubach, T, Mishkin, F, and Posen, A (1999).
Inflation Targeting. Lessons from the International Experience
Princeton University Press, Princeton.

Bordo, M and Schwartz, A (1999).
Monetary Policy Regimes and Economic Performance: The Historical Record
In: Handbook of Macroeconomics, ed. by J. B. Taylor and M. Woodford, vol. 1, chap. 3, pp. 149-234, Elsevier. Handbook of Macroeconomics.

Jonung, L (1999).
Looking Ahead through the Rear-View Mirror. Swedish Stabilization Policy 1975–1995. A Summary.
ESO, Ministry of Finance, Summary, Stockholm.

Berg, C and Jonung, L (1998).
Pioneering Price Level Targeting: The Swedish Experience 1931-1937
Stockholm University, Institute for International Economic Studies, Seminar Papers(642).

Leiderman, L and Svensson, L (1995).
Inflation Targets
CEPR., London.

Selgin, G (1995).
The Productivity Norm vs. Zero Inflation in the History of Economic Thought
History of Political Economy, 27:705–735.

Fregert, K (1994).
Wage Contracts, Business Cycles, and Policy Regimes. A Contractual History of Sweden 1908–1990
Lund Economic Studies 54, Lund.

Fregert, K (1993).
Erik Lindahl’s Norm for Monetary Policy.
In: Swedish Economic Thought. Explorations and Advances., ed. by Lars Jonung, Routledge., London.

Danziger, L (1988).
Real Shocks, Efficient Risk Sharing, and the Duration of Labor Contracts
The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 103(2):435-440.

Faxén, K, Odhner, C, and Spånt, R (1988).
Lönebildningen i 90-talets samhällsekonomi. [Wage formation in the 1990s]
Allmänna Förlaget, Stockholm.

Horn, H and Persson, T (1988).
Exchange rate policy, wage formation and credibility
European Economic Review, 32(8):1621-1636.

Landsorganisationen (1988).
De centrala överenskommelserna 1952-1987. [The central agreements.]
Landsorganisationen., Stockholm:.