Business cycle modeling without much a priori economic theory
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Comments on Granger-Newbold's "Time Series Approach to Econometric Model Building" and Sargent-Sims' "Business Cycle Modeling Without Pretending to Have Too Much A Priori Economic Theory"
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Understanding the current view of trends, cycles, and the persistence of shocks
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International evidence on the historical properties of business cycles
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Discussion of John Geweke's "Wage and Price Dynamics in U.S. Manufacturing" and Thomas J. Sargent and Christopher A. Sims' "Business Cycle Modeling Without Pretending to Have Too Much A Priori Economic Theory"
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Have money-stock fluctuations had a liquidity effect on expected real interest rates?
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International business cycles
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Economic effects of corporate taxes in a stochastic growth model, the