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

There are 30 references in this bibliography folder.

Boukaez, H and Kano, T (2009).
Tests of the Present-Value Model of the Current Account: A Note
Applied Economic Letters, 16:1215-1219.

Hall, V, Kim, K, and Buckle, R (2006).
Consumption-Smoothing in a Small, Cyclically Volatile Open Economy: Evidence from New Zealand
Journal of International Money and Finance, 25:1277–1295.

Nason, J and Rogers, J (2006).
The Present Value Model of the Current Account has been Rejected: Round up the Usual Suspects
Journal of International Economics, 68:159–187.

Gruber, J (2004).
A Present Value Test of Habits and the Current Account
Journal of Monetary Economics, 51:1495–1507.

Kasa, K (2003).
Testing Present Value Models of the Current Account: a Cautionary Note
Journal of International Money and Finance, 22:557–569.

Callen, T and Cashin, P (2002).
Capital Controls, Capital Flows and External Crises: Evidence from India
Journal of International Trade & Economic Development, 11(1):77-98.

Bekaert, GH (2001).
Expectations Hypotheses Tests
The Journal of Finance, 56(4):1357-1394.

Bergin, P and Sheffrin, S (2000).
Interest Rates, Exchange Rates, Present Value Models of the Current Account
Economic Journal, 110:535–558.

Cashin, P and McDermott, C (1998).
Are Australia’s Current Account Deficits Excessive?
The Economic Record, 74:346–361.

Cashin, P and McDermott, C (1998).
International Capital Flows and National Creditworthiness: Do the Fundamental Things Apply as Time Goes by?
IMF, Working Paper(98/172).

Elliot, G (1998).
On the Robustness of Cointegration Methods when Regressors almost Have Unit Roots.
Econometrica, 66:149–158.

Killian, L (1998).
Small-Sample Confidence Intervals for Impulse Response Functions.
The Review of Economics and Statistics, 80:218–230.

Ostry, J (1997).
Current Account Imbalances in ASEAN Countries: Are they a Problem?
IMF, Working Papers(97/51).

Agenor, P, Bismut, C, Cashin, P, and McDermott, C (1996).
Consumption Smoothing and the Current Account: Evidence for France, 1970-94
The University of Melbourne, Department of Economics - Working Papers Series(518).

Obstfeld, MR (1996).
Foundations of International Macroeconomics
MIT Press, Cambridge, MA.

Ghosh, A (1995).
International Capital Mobility amongst the Major Industrialized Countries: Too Little or Too Much?
Economic Journal, 105:107–128.

Ghosh, A and Ostry, J (1995).
The Current Account in Developing Countries: a Perspective from the Consumption-Smoothing Approach.
World Bank Economic Review, 9:305–333.

Obstfeld, M and Rogoff, K (1995).
The Intertemporal Approach to the Current Account.
In: Handbook of International Economics, ed. by Grossman, G., Rogoff, K., vol. 3, North-Holland, Amsterdam.

Otto, G (1992).
Testing a Present Value Model of the Current Account: Evidence from the U.S. and Canadian Time Series
Journal of International Money and Finance, 11:414–430.

Sheffrin, S and Woo, W (1990).
Present Value Tests of an Intertemporal Model of the Current Account
Journal of International Economics, 29:237–253.

Campbell, J and Shiller, R (1989).
The Dividend Ratio Model and Small Sample Bias: A Monte Carlo Study.
Economics Letters, 29:325–331.

Campbell, J (1987).
Does Saving Anticipate Declining Labor Income? An Alternative Test of the Permanent Income Hypothesis
Econometrica, 55(6):1249-1273.

Campbell, J and Shiller, R (1987).
Cointegration and Tests of Present Value Models
Journal of Political Economy, 93:1062–1088.

Runkle, D (1987).
Vector Autoregression and Reality
Journal of Business and Economic Statistics, 5:437-442.

Ahmed, S (1986).
Temporary and Permanent Government Spending in an Open Economy: Some Evidence for the United Kingdom
Journal of Monetary Economics, 17(2):197-224.