References

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

There are 32 references in this bibliography folder.

Riksbank, S (2007).
Penningpolitisk rapport 2007:3
Sveriges Riksbank.

Ravn, M and Simonelli, S (2006).
Labor Market Dynamics and the Business Cycle: Structural Evidence for the United States
European University Institute, Manuscript.

Alexius, A and Carlsson, M (2005).
Measures of technology and the business cycle
Review of Economics and Statistics, 87(2):299-307.

Christiano, L, Eichenbaum, M, and Evans, C (2005).
Nominal Rigidities and the Dynamic Effects of a Shock to Monetary Policy
Journal of Political Economy, 113(1):1-45.

Christoffel, K and Linzert, T (2005).
The Role of Real Wage Rigidity and Labor Market Frictions for Unemployment and Inflation Dynamics
European Central Bank, Working Paper(556).

Karanassou, M, Sala, H, and Snower, D (2005).
A Reappraisal of the Inflation-Unemployment Tradeoff
European Journal of Political Economy, 21(1):1-32.

Gambetti, L and Pistoresi, B (2004).
Policy Matters: The Long Run Effects of Aggregate Demand and Mark-Up Shocks on the Italian Unemployment Rate
Empirical Economics, 29(2):209-226.

Amisano, G and Serati, M (2003).
What Goes Up Sometimes Stays Up: Shocks and Institutions As Determinants of Unemployment Persistence
Scottish Journal of Political Economy, 50(4):440-470.

Angeloni, I, Kashyap, A, Mojon, B, and Terlizzese, D (2003).
The Output Composition Puzzle: A Difference in the Monetary Transmission Mechanism in the Euro Area and United States
Journal of Money, Credit, and Banking, 35(6):1265-1306.

Holmlund, B (2003).
The Rise and Fall of Swedish Unemployment
CESifo, Working Paper(918).

L'Horty, Y and Rault, C (2003).
Why Is French Equilibrium Unemployment So High? An Estimation of the WS-PS Model
Journal of Applied Economics, 6(1):127-156.

Lindé, J (2003).
Monetary Policy Shocks and Business Cycle Fluctuations in a Small Open Economy: Sweden 1986-2002
Sveriges Riksbank, Working Paper(153).

Maidorn, S (2003).
The Effects of Shocks on the Austrian Unemployment Rate – A Structural VAR Approach
Empirical Economics, 28(2):387-402.

Villiani, M and Warne, A (2003).
Monetary Policy Analysis in a Small Open Economy using Bayesian Cointegrated Structural VARs
Sveriges Riksbank, Working Paper(156).

Algan, Y (2002).
How Well Does the Aggregate Demand-Aggregate Supply Framework Explain Unemployment Fluctuations? A France-United States Comparison
Economic Modelling, 19(1):153-177.

Jacobson, T, Jansson, P, Vredin, A, and Warne, A (2002).
Identifying the Effects of Monetary Policy Shocks in an Open Economy
Sveriges Riksbank, Working Paper(134).

Fabiani, SA, Oneto, GP, and Sestito, P (2001).
The Sources of Unemployment Fluctuations: An Empirical Application to the Italian Case
Labour Economics, 8(2):259-289.

Akerlof, G, Dickens, W, and Perry, G (2000).
Near-Rational Wage and Price Setting and the Long-Run Phillips Curve
Brookings Papers on Economic Activity, 1:1-60.

Carstensen, K and Hansen, G (2000).
Cointegration and Common Trends on the West German Labour Market
Empirical Economics, 25(3):475-493.

Christiano, L, Eichenbaum, M, and Evans, C (1999).
Monetary Policy Shocks: What Have We Learned and to What End?
In: Handbook of Macroeconomics, vol. 1A, pp. 65-148, North-Holland, Amsterdam.

Gali, J (1999).
Technology, Employment, and the Business Cycle: Do Technology Shocks Explain Aggregate Fluctuations
American Economic Review, 89(1):248-271.

J., D and Jimeno, J (1997).
The Causes of Spanish Unemployment: A Structural VAR Approach
European Economic Review, 41(7):1281-1307.

Jacobson, T, A. Vredin, and Warne, A (1997).
Common Trends and Hysteresis in Scandinavian Unemployment
European Economic Review, 41(9):1781-1816.

Akerlof, G, Dickens, W, and Perry, G (1996).
The Macroeconomics of Low Inflation
Brookings Papers on Economic Activity, 1:1-76.

Alexius, A and Lindberg, H (1996).
The Krona’s Equilibrium Real Exchange Rate
Sveriges Riksbank Quarterly Review, 1:19-34.