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On the Fit of New Keynesian Models With Frank Schorfheide, Frank Smets, and Raf Wouters Invited Journal of Business and Economic Statistics Lecture, April 2007, 25 (2), 123-43 With comments by Ron Gallant, Larry Christiano, and Chris Sims, and Rejoinder by the authors See also ›› Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta Working Paper 2004-37
Inflation Dynamics in a Small Open Economy: Some Evidence from Chile With Frank Schorfheide 11th Annual Conference of the Central Bank of Chile, Monetary Policy Under Uncertainty and Learning, edited by Klaus Schmidt-Hebbel and Carl Walsh See also ›› Federal Reserve Bank of New York Staff Report # 329
Global Monetary Integration: Context, Issues, and Contributions With A. Hernandez D., O. Humpage, and E. Huybens Journal of Money Credit and Banking 33 (2001): 303-311
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