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Economic and Financial Review

Economic and Financial Review was published from 1999 until 2001.

Fourth Quarter 2001

  • The Engine of Capitalist Process: Entrepreneurs in Economic Theory
    Robert L. Formaini
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  • Banking and Currency Crisis Recovery: Brazil's Turnaround of 1999
    William C. Gruben and John H. Welch
    ArticlePDF
  • Recovery from a Financial Crisis: The Case of South Korea
    Jahyeong Koo and Sherry L. Kiser
    ArticlePDF

Third Quarter 2001

  • Educational Attainment and Border Income Performance
    Thomas M. Fullerton Jr.
    ArticlePDF
  • Was NAFTA Behind Mexico's High Maquiladora Growth?
    William C. Gruben
    ArticlePDF
  • Explaining Stock Price Movements: Is There a Case for Fundamentals?
    Nathan S. Balke and Mark E. Wohar
    ArticlePDF

Second Quarter 2001

  • Can the Stock Market Tell Bank Supervisors Anything They Don't Already Know?
    Jeffery W. Gunther, Mark E. Levonian, and Robert R. Moore
    ArticlePDF
  • The Democratization of America's Capital Markets
    John V. Duca
    ArticlePDF
  • The Transition to Consumption Taxation, Part 2: The Impact on Existing Financial Assets
    Alan D. Viard
    ArticlePDF

First Quarter 2001

  • Illegal Immigration and Enforcement Along the U.S.-Mexico Border: An Overview
    Pia M. Orrenius
    ArticlePDF
  • B2B eMarketplace Announcements and Shareholder Wealth
    Andrew H. Chen and Thomas F. Siems
    ArticlePDF
  • Consolidation, Technology, and the Changing Structure of Banks' Small Business Lending
    David P. Ely and Kenneth J. Robinson
    ArticlePDF

Fourth Quarter 2000

  • Evaluating the Eleventh District's Beige Book
    Nathan S. Balke and Mine K. Yücel
    ArticlePDF
  • Is There a Persistence Problem? Part 2: Maybe Not
    Evan F. Koenig
    ArticlePDF
  • Reliance, Composition, and Inflation
    Joydeep Bhattacharya and Joseph H. Haslag
    ArticlePDF

Third Quarter 2000

  • The Transition to Consumption Taxation, Part 1: The Impact on Existing Capital
    Alan D. Viard
    ArticlePDF
  • Gasoline and Crude Oil Prices: Why the Asymmetry?
    Stephen P. A. Brown and Mine K. Yücel
    ArticlePDF
  • Financial Statements and Reality: Do Troubled Banks Tell All?
    Jeffery W. Gunther and Robert R. Moore
    ArticlePDF

Second Quarter 2000

  • The Evidence on Government Competition
    Lori L. Taylor
    ArticlePDF
  • The Economic Impact of Bank Structure: A Review of Recent Literature
    Mark G. Guzman
    ArticlePDF
  • The Effect of Welfare Reform and Technological Change on Unemployment
    Jason L. Saving
    ArticlePDF

First Quarter 2000

  • Natural Resource Scarcity and Technological Change
    Stephen P. A. Brown and Daniel Wolk
    ArticlePDF
  • Measuring the Benefits of Unilateral Trade Liberalization
    Part 2: Dynamic Models

    Carlos E. J. M. Zarazaga
    ArticlePDF

Fourth Quarter 1999

  • The Nature and Significance of Intra-industry Trade
    Roy J. Ruffin
    ArticlePDF
  • Is There a Persistence Problem? Part 1: Maybe
    Evan F. Koenig
    ArticlePDF

Third Quarter 1999

  • What Credit Market Indicators Tell Us
    John V. Duca
    ArticlePDF
  • Measuring the Benefits of Unilateral Trade Liberalization, Part 1: Static Models
    Carlos E. J. M. Zarazaga
    ArticlePDF
  • Monetary Policy Arithmetic: Some Recent Contributions
    Joydeep Bhattacharya and Joseph H. Haslag
    ArticlePDF

Second Quarter 1999

  • The New Budget Outlook: Policymakers Respond to the Surplus
    Alan D. Viard
    ArticlePDF
  • Oil Prices and U.S. Aggregate Economic Activity: A Question of Neutrality
    Stephen P. A. Brown and Mine K. Yücel
    ArticlePDF
  • Industry Mix and Lending Environment Variability: What Does the Average Bank Face?
    Jeffery W. Gunther and Kenneth J. Robinson
    ArticlePDF
  • Between a Rock and a Hard Place: The CRA–Safety and Soundness Pinch
    Jeffery W. Gunther
    ArticlePDF
 

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