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Comment on "The Costs of Losing Monetary Independence: The Case of Mexico" by Thomas Cooley and Vincenzo Quadrini With Lawrence J. Christiano Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, May 2001, No.2
How Severe Is the Time Inconsistency Problem in Monetary Policy? With V.V. Chari, and Lawrence J. Christiano Advances in Economic Theory and Econometrics: Theory and Applications, edited by Mathias Dewatripont, Lars P. Hansen and Stephen Turnovsky, April 2003, Cambridge University Press See also>> NBER Working Paper Series,8139, February 2001
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