RTE Conference 2001 (Philadelphia)

  1. News and Noise in G-7 GDP Announcements (J. Faust, J. Rogers, and J. Wright (Federal Reserve Board)). Journal of Money, Credit and Banking. Click here to download the paper.
  2. Do Provisional Estimates of Output Miss Economic Turning Points (K. E. Dynan and D. W. Elmendorf (Federal Reserve Board)). Click here to download the working paper version.
  3. The Use and Abuse of ‘Real-Time’ Data in Economic Forecasting (E. Koenig (Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas), S. Dolmas, and Jeremy Piger (Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis)). The Review of Economics and Statistics. Click here to download the paper.
  4. The Reliability of Inflation Forecasts Based on Output Gaps in Real Time (A. Orphanides (Federal Reserve Board) and S. van Norden (HEC)). Journal of Money, Credit and Banking. Click here to download the paper.
  5. Monetary Policy in a Data-Rich Environment (B. Bernanke (Princeton) and J. Boivin (Columbia)). Journal of Monetary Economics. Click here to download the paper.
  6. The Taylor Principle, Interest Rate Smoothing, and Fed Policy in the 1970s and 1980s (Y. Mehra (Richmond Fed)). Click here to download the working paper version.
  7. Let’s Get ‘Real’ About Using Economic Data (P. Christoffersen (McGill), E. Ghysels (North Carolina), and N. Swanson (Purdue)). Journal of Empirical Finance. Click here to download the paper.
  8. Micro Effects of Macro Announcements (T. Andersen (Northwestern), T. Bollerslev (Duke), F. Diebold (Penn), and C. Vega (Penn)). AMERICAN ECONOMIC REVIEW. Click here to download the paper.
  9. A Real-Time Data Set for Macroeconomists: Does the Data Vintage Matter? (D. Croushore and T. Stark (Philadelphia Fed)). The Review of Economics and Statistics. Click here to download the paper.
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