RTE Conference 2009 (Montreal)

  1. A Real-Time Historical Database for the OECD (A. Z. Fernandez (Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas), E.F. Koenig (Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas) and A. Nikolsko-Rzhevskyy (University of Memphis)). Click here to download the paper.
  2. The output gap revisited (M. Graff and J.E Sturm, KOF Swiss Economic Institute). Click here to download the working paper version.
  3. On the VAR-VECM Representation of Real Time Data (A. Hecq (Maastricht University) and J. P.A.M. Jacobs (University of Groningen, CAMA and CIRANO). Click here to download the working paper version.
  4. Real-Time Inflation Forecasting in a Changing World (J. J.J. Groen (Federal Reserve Bank of New York), R. Paap (Erasmus University Rotterdam) and F. Ravazzolo (Norges Bank)). Journal of Business & Economic Statistics. Click here to download the paper.
  5. Does the ECB React to the State of Fiscal Policy in Europe? (J. Lewis (De Nederlandsche Bank) and A. H. Hallett (George Mason University & CEPR)). Clear here to download the working paper version.
  6. A Joint Dynamic Bi-Factor Model of the Yield Curve and the Economy as a Predictor of Business Cycles (M. Chauvet (University of California Riverside) and Z. Senyuz (University of New Hampshire)). Click here to download the working paper version.
  7. Real-Time US-Recession Indicator (USRI) – A Classical Cycle Perspective with “Bounceback” (M. Wildi, Institute of Data Analysis and Process Design, University of Technical Sciences). Click here to download the working paper version.
  8. Real Time Common Factor Markov Switching Models (G. Perez-Quiros, Banco de España)
  9. Taylor Rules and the Great Inflation: Lessons from the 1970s for the Road Ahead for the Fed (A. Nikolsko-Rzhevskyy (University of Memphis) and D. H. Papell (University of Houston)). Click here to read the working paper version.
  10. Fiscal policy in Central and Eastern Europe with real time data: Cyclicality, inertia and the role of EU accession (J. Lewis, De Nederlandsche Bank). Applied Economics. Click here to download the paper.
  11. Relative Price Shocks, Inflation Expectations, and the Role of Monetary Policy (P. L. Siklos, Wilfrid Laurier University & Balsillie school of international affairs). Click here to download the working paper version.
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