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November/December 1996

Posted 1996-11-01

The Revised St. Louis Adjusted Monetary Base: New Measures in Old Theories:

Measuring the Adjusted Monetary Base in an Era of Financial Change

by Richard G. Anderson and Robert H. Rasche

Posted 1996-11-01

The Revised St. Louis Adjusted Monetary Base: New Measures in Old Theories:

Commentary

by Edward J. Stevens

Posted 1996-11-01

The Revised St. Louis Adjusted Monetary Base: New Measures in Old Theories:

Commentary

by Donald L. Kohn

Posted 1996-11-01

The Revised St. Louis Adjusted Monetary Base: New Measures in Old Theories:

The Sensitivity of Empirical Studies to Alternative Measures of the Monetary Base and Reserves

by Michael J. Dueker and Apostolos Serletis

Posted 1996-11-01

The Revised St. Louis Adjusted Monetary Base: New Measures in Old Theories:

Commentary

by Ben S. Bernanke

Posted 1996-11-01

The Revised St. Louis Adjusted Monetary Base: New Measures in Old Theories:

Commentary

by Bennett T. McCallum

Posted 1996-11-01

The Revised St. Louis Adjusted Monetary Base: New Measures in Old Theories:

Does the Fed's New Policy of Immediate Disclosure Affect the Market?

by Daniel L. Thornton


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