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Our most academic publication offers research and surveys on monetary policy, national and international developments, banking, and more. The content is written for an economically informed readership—from the undergraduate student to the PhD.

December 1977

Posted 1977-12-01

Farm Prices Supports at Cost of Productions

by Clifton B. Luttrell

Posted 1977-12-01

Do Foreigners Control the U.S. Money Supply?

by Geoffrey E. Wood and Douglas R. Mudd

Posted 1977-12-01

The Tax Penalty on Married Workers

by Nancy Jianakoplos

Posted 1977-12-01

U.S. Productive Capacity: Estimating the Utilization Gap:

Foreword

Posted 1977-12-01

U.S. Productive Capacity: Estimating the Utilization Gap:

Potential Output: Recent Issues and Present Trends

by George L. Perry

Posted 1977-12-01

U.S. Productive Capacity: Estimating the Utilization Gap:

Potential GNP in the United States, 1948-1980

by Peter K. Clark

Posted 1977-12-01

U.S. Productive Capacity: Estimating the Utilization Gap:

Potential Output and Its Growth Rate - The Dominance of Higher Energy Costs in the 1970s

by Robert H. Rasche and John A. Tatom

Posted 1977-12-01

U.S. Productive Capacity: Estimating the Utilization Gap:

Will Bottlenecks Slow the Expansion?

by William D. Nordhaus

Posted 1977-12-01

U.S. Productive Capacity: Estimating the Utilization Gap:

Short Term Projections of Manufacturing Capacity Utilization

by James F. Ragan, Jr.

Posted 1977-12-01

U.S. Productive Capacity: Estimating the Utilization Gap:

Comments on Rasche and Tatom

by Frank De Leeuw

Posted 1977-12-01

U.S. Productive Capacity: Estimating the Utilization Gap:

Issues Concerning the Definition, Measurement and Forecasting of Productive Capacity

by Laurence H. Meyer

Posted 1977-12-01

U.S. Productive Capacity: Estimating the Utilization Gap:

U.S. Productive Capacity: A Comment

by Pham Chi Thanh


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