References

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

There are 40 references in this bibliography folder.

Colacelli, M and Blackburn, D (2007).
Secondary Currency: An Empirical Analysis
Columbia University, working paper.

Stix, H (2007).
Euroization: What Factors Drive Its Persistence? Household Data Evidence for Croatia, Slovenia and Slovakia
Economic Studies Division, Oesterreichische Nationalbank, Vienna, Austria., working paper(140).

Leo, C (2006).
A General Equilibrium Model of Baumol-Tobin Money Demand
University of British Columbia, working paper.

Bahmani-Oskooee, M and Domac, I (2003).
On the Link between Dollarisation and Inflation: Evidence from Turkey
Comparative Economic Studies, 45:306–328.

Feige, E (2003).
“Dynamics of Currency Substitution, Asset Substitution and De facto Dollarisation and Euroisation in Transition Countries
Comparative Economic Studies, 45.

Feige, E, Faulend, M, Sonje, V, and Sosic, V (2003).
Unofficial Dollarization in Latin America: Currency Substitution, Network Externalities, and Irreversibility
In: The Dollarization Debate, ed. by D. Salvatore, J. W. Dean, and T. D. Willett, pp. 46-74, Oxford University Press, New York.

Havrylyshyn, O and Beddies, C (2003).
Dollarisation in the Former Soviet Union: from Hysteria to Hysteresis
Comparative Economic Studies, 45:329-357.

Alesina, A and Barro, R (2002).
Currency Unions
Quarterly Journal of Economics, 117:409-436.

Feige, E, Faulend, M, Sonje, V, and Sosic, V (2002).
Currency Substitution, Unofficial Dollarization, and Estimates of Foreign Currency Held Abroad: The Case of Croatia
In: Financial Policies in Emerging Markets, ed. by M.I. Blejer and M. Skreb, pp. 217-249, MIT Press, Cambridge MA.

Seater, JJ (2002).
Monies and Banking
In: Research in Banking and Finance, ed. by I. Hasan and W. C. Hunter, vol. 2, pp. 43-60.

Alesina, A and Barro, RJ (2001).
Dollarization
American Economic Review, 91:381-385.

Craig, B and Waller, C (2000).
Dual-Currency Economies as Multiple-Payment Systems
Economic Review, 36:2-13.

Howitt, P and Clower, R (2000).
The Emergence of Economic Organization
Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 4:55-84.

Cavalcanti, Rd and Wallace, N (1999).
Inside and Outside Money as Alterative Media of Exchange
Journal of Money, Credit, and Banking, 31:443-457.

Sturzenegger, F (1997).
Understanding the Welfare Implications of Currency Substitution,
Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, 21:391-416.

Uribe, M (1997).
Hysteresis in a Simple Model of Currency Substitution
Journal of Monetary Economics, 40:185-202.

Giacchino, L (1996).
The Persistence of Dollarization Processes. Unpublished doctoral dissertation
Duke University.

Santomero, A and Seater, J (1996).
Alternative Monies and the Demand for Media of Exchange
Journal of Money, Credit, and Banking, 28:942-960.

Savastano, MA (1996).
Dollarization in Latin America: Recent Evidence and Some Policy Issues
IMF, Working Paper(96/4).

Ireland, P (1995).
Endogenous Financial Innovation and the Demand for Money
Journal of Money, Credit, and Banking, 27:107-123.

Guidotti, PE and Rodriguez, CA (1992).
Dollarization in Latin America: Gresham’s Law in Reverse?
IMF Staff Papers, 39:518-544.

Kiyotaki, N and Wright, R (1989).
On Money as a Medium of Exchange
Journal of Political Economy, 97:927-954.

Dotsey, M (1988).
The Demand for Currency in the United States
Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, 20:22-40.

Lucas, RE and Stokey, NL (1987).
Money and Interest in a Cash-in-Advance Economy
Econometrica, 55:491-513.

Romer, D (1987).
The Monetary Transmission Mechanism in a General Equilibrium Version of the Baumol-Tobin Model
Journal of Monetary Economics, 20:105-122.