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Akhtar, M.A. (1983). Effects of Interest Rates and Inflation on Aggregate Inventory Investment in the United States. American Economic Review, 73(3):319-328.

Bils, M., and Kahn, J.A. (2000). What Inventory Behaviour Tells Us About Business Cycles. American Economic Review, 90(3):458-481.

Blinder, A.S., and Maccini, L.J. (1991). Taking Stock: A Critical Assessment of Recent Research on Inventories. Journal of Economic Perspectives, 5(1):73-96.

Eichenbaum, M.S. (1989). Some Empirical Evidence on the Production Level and Production Cost Smoothing Models of Inventory Investment. American Economic Review, 79(4):853-864.

Kahn, J.A. (1992). Why Is Production More Volatile Than Sales? Theory and Evidence on the Stockout-Avoidance Motive for Inventory Holding. Quarterly Journal of Economics, 107(2):481-510.

Maccini, L.J., Moore, B.J., and Schaller, H. (2004). The Interest Rate, Learning, and Inventory Investment. American Economic Review, 94:1303-1327.

Miron, J., and Zeldes, S.P. (1988). Seasonality, Cost Shocks, and the Production Smoothing Model of Inventories. Econometrica, 56(4):877-908.

Ramey, V.A. (1989). Inventories as Factors of Production and Economic Fluctuation. American Economic Review, 79(3):338-354.

Ramey, V.A. (1991). Nonconvex costs and the behaviour of inventories. Journal of Political Economy, 99(2):306-334.

V.Ramey, and West, K.D. (1999). Inventories. In: Handbook of Macroeconomics, Vol. IB, ed. by J. Taylor and M. Woodford, pp. 863-923.

West, K.D. (1986). A Variance Bound Test of the Linear-Quadratic Inventory Model. Journal of Political Economy, 94(2):374-401.