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1. Title: Macro-prudential Policy in a Fisherian Model of Financial Innovation
  Author/Editor: Bianchi, Javier ; Boz, Emine ; Mendoza, Enrique G.
  Series: Working Paper No. 12/181
  Published: July 01, 2012
  Subject(s): Economic models | Financial crisis | Macroprudential policy
  Author's Keyword(s): Financial crises | financial innovation | macro-prudential regulation | Bayesian learning
 
2. Title: Imperfect Information and Saving in a Small Open Economy
  Author/Editor: Daude, Christian ; Roitman, Agustin
  Series: Working Paper No. 11/60
  Published: March 01, 2011
  Subject(s): Commodity prices | Economic models | Emerging markets | External shocks | Savings | Small states
  Author's Keyword(s): saving | commodity prices | uncertainty | Bayesian learning | Markov switching
 
3. Title: Learning About Inflation Measures for Interest Rate Rules
  Author/Editor: Airaudo, Marco ; Zanna, Luis-Felipe
  Series: Working Paper No. 10/296
  Published: December 01, 2010
  Subject(s): Economic models | Inflation | Inflation rates | Price stabilization | Stabilization measures
  Author's Keyword(s): Learning | Expectational Stability | Interest Rate Rules | Multiple Equilibria | Determinacy | Multiple Sectors
 
4. Title: Is Exchange Rate Stabilization an Appropriate Cure for the Dutch Disease?
  Author/Editor: Lama, Ruy ; Medina Guzman, Juan Pablo
  Series: Working Paper No. 10/182
  Published: August 01, 2010
  Subject(s): Commodities | Economic models | Exchange rate appreciation | Exchange rate stability | Exchange rates | Export markets | External shocks | Manufacturing sector | Monetary policy | Stabilization measures
  Author's Keyword(s): Dutch disease | Learning-by-doing | Monetary policy | Small open economy
 
5. Title: Monetary Policy Committees, Learning, and Communication
  Author/Editor: Weber, Anke
  Series: Working Paper No. 10/85
  Published: April 01, 2010
  Subject(s): Announcements | Central banks | Economic models | Monetary policy | Private sector | Public information
  Author's Keyword(s): Central bank communication | monetary policy committees | adaptive learning
 
6. Title: Imperfect Central Bank Communication - Information versus Distraction.
  Author/Editor: Dale, Spencer ; Orphanides, Athanasios ; Österholm, Pär
  Series: Working Paper No. 08/60
  Published: March 01, 2008
  Subject(s): Central banks | Transparency
  Author's Keyword(s): Transparency | Forecasts | Learning
 
7. Title: Can Miracles Lead to Crises? The Role of Optimism in Emerging Markets Crises
  Author/Editor: Boz, Emine
  Series: Working Paper No. 07/223
  Published: September 01, 2007
  Subject(s): Financial crisis | Emerging markets | Investment | Foreign investment | Consumption | Asset prices | Economic models
  Author's Keyword(s): Financial crises | emerging markets | informational frictions | learning
 
8. Title: Dynamic Incentives and the Optimal Delegation of Political Power
  Author/Editor: Eggertsson, Gauti B. ; Le Borgne, Eric
  Series: Working Paper No. 07/91
  Published: April 01, 2007
  Subject(s): Central banks | Governance
  Author's Keyword(s): Delegation | elections | career concerns | learning-by-doing | insulation | Central Bank Independence
 
9. Title: Forecasting ECB Monetary Policy: Accuracy Is (Still) a Matter of Geography
  Author/Editor: Berger, Helge ; Ehrmann, Michael ; Fratzscher, Marcel
  Series: Working Paper No. 06/41
  Published: February 01, 2006
  Subject(s): Monetary policy | Europe | European Central Bank | Economic forecasting | Data collection | Data analysis
  Author's Keyword(s): Monetary policy | ECB | forecast | geography | history | heterogeneity | Taylor rule | learning | transmission | survey data | communication
 
10. Title: Are Emerging Market Countries Learning to Float?
  Author/Editor: Hakura, Dalia
  Series: Working Paper No. 05/98
  Published: May 01, 2005
  Subject(s): Emerging markets | Developed countries | Floating exchange rates | Monetary policy
  Author's Keyword(s): Learning to float | emerging markets | monetary and financial policy frameworks
 
11. Title: Measuring Disinflation Credibility in Emerging Markets: A Bayesian Approach with an Application to Turkey
  Author/Editor: Rossi, Marco ; Rebucci, Alessandro
  Series: Working Paper No. 04/208
  Published: November 01, 2004
  Subject(s): Disinflation | Turkey | Emerging markets
  Author's Keyword(s): Bayesian Learning | Credibility | Disinflation | Mixing Estimation | Turkey
 
12. Title: Productivity Shocks, Learning, and Open Economy Dynamics
  Author/Editor: Miniane, Jacques
  Series: Working Paper No. 04/88
  Published: May 01, 2004
  Subject(s): Productivity | Current account | Savings | Economic models
  Author's Keyword(s): Learning | current account dynamics
 
13. Title: The U.S. Dollar and the Trade Deficit: What Accounts for the Late 1990s?
  Author/Editor: Hunt, Ben ; Rebucci, Alessandro
  Series: Working Paper No. 03/194
  Published: October 01, 2003
  Subject(s): Trade policy | United States | Budget deficits | Real effective exchange rates
  Author's Keyword(s): Balassa-Samuelson Effect | Learning | Productivity Shocks | Real Exchange Rate | Risk Premium Shocks | Trade Balance | US Economy
 
14. Title: Financial Contagion and Investor "Learning": An Empirical Investigation
  Author/Editor: Basu, Ritu
  Series: Working Paper No. 02/218
  Published: December 01, 2002
  Subject(s): Capital markets | Bonds
  Author's Keyword(s): Contagion | trader behavior | herding | sunspots | learning
 
15. Title: Export Orientation and Productivity in Sub-Saharan Africa
  Author/Editor: Mengistae, Taye ; Pattillo, Catherine A.
  Series: Working Paper No. 02/89
  Published: May 01, 2002
  Subject(s): Exports | Sub-Saharan Africa | Productivity | Education
  Author's Keyword(s): Exports | productivity | Africa | learning-by-exporting
 

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