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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Review

A quarterly research journal intended for an economically informed but broad readership—from the undergraduate student to the PhD. In print and online.

NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 1993 Vol. 75, No. 6


SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 1993 Vol. 75, No. 5


JULY/AUGUST 1993 Vol. 75, No. 4

Does the Exchange Rate Regime Affect the Economy?

Central Bank Independence and Economic Performance


MAY/JUNE 1993 Vol. 75, No.3

Rules and Discretion in Monetary Policy

The FOMC in 1992: A Monetary Conundrum


MARCH/APRIL 1993 Vol. 75, No.2

Dimensions in Monetary Policy: Essays in Honor of Anatol B. Balbach.

Proceedings of the Seventeenth Annual Economic Policy Conference. Michael T. Belongia, ed.

President's Message

Editor's Introduction


Commentary on "Monetary Aggregates, Monetary Policy and Economic Activity"

Views on Monetary Policy


Commentary on "Views on Monetary Policy"


Commentary on "Financial Regulation and the Competitiveness of the Large U.S. Corporation"

Assessing Applied Econometric Results


Commentary on "Assessing Applied Econometric Results"


Commentary on "Assessing Applied Econometric Results"


Commentary on "Real Exchange Rates: Some Evidence from the Postwar Years"


Commentary on "The Gold Standard, Bretton Wood and Other Monetary Regimes: A Historical Appraisal"


JANUARY/FEBRUARY 1993 Vol. 75, No. 1

The Government's Role in Deposit Insurance

A collection of essays. Steven Russell, ed.

The Government's Role in Deposit Insurance

Deposit Insurance: A Skeptical View

Banking without Tax-Backed Deposit Insurance

Remarks on Banking and Deposit Insurance

Deposit Insurance Policy

Deposit Insurance: Problems and Solutions

On the Macroeconomics of Private Debt


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