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The federal budget deficit and the social security surplus

Economic Review , Issue Mar , Pages 2-13

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Argentina: the end of convertibility

EconSouth , Volume 4 , Issue Q1 , Pages 14-19

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Mexico's economy continues progress despite debt and inflation problems

Economics Update , Issue Jul , Pages 7, 10

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Payments system safety evolved from national banking era lessons

Financial Update , Volume 9 , Issue Apr , Pages 7

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Social Security Council: make gradual changes, but start now

Economics Update , Issue Apr , Pages 1, 6

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Mexico's economic reforms boost chances for a North American trade agreement

Economics Update , Issue Jan , Pages 4, 6

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Southeast's large banks earn profits on par with nation's; smallest lag far behind

Regional Update , Issue Sum , Pages 1-3

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Rational expectations equilibrium in an economy with segmented capital asset markets

We develop a model of noisy rational expectations equilibrium in segmented markets. The noise emerges endogenously through intermarket effects rather than through exogenous supply noise from liquidity or naive trading as in standard noisy rational expectations equilibrium of the Hellwig type. Existence of and persistence of segmentation in equilibrium is established. A metric to determine welfare effects of the degree of segmentation is also derived. This metric is structurally different from the metric derived in the standard models and includes the latter as a special case. Empirical ...
FRB Atlanta Working Paper , Paper 95-16

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Monetary policy and learning

A new strand of macroeconomic literature examines the relationship between learning and monetary policy-how monetary policymakers learn about the economy as they try to achieve their goals, how the public learns about policymakers' objectives, and how the public's learning, in turn, changes the way monetary policy works. An Atlanta Fed conference in March 2003 brought together some of the main contributors to this emerging literature. ; In the conference keynote address, reprinted here, Lars Svensson focused on what constitutes good monetary policy and how it is related to central-bank ...
Economic Review , Volume 88 , Issue Q3 , Pages 11-16

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Florida drives the national auto market

The Sunshine State represents the nation's second-largest car market. Changes in the marketplace - from sagging fleet sales to strong import performance - reverberate from Florida to Detroit and beyond.
EconSouth , Volume 9 , Issue 1



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