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2021 journal article
JOURNAL OF APPLIED ECONOMETRICS, 36(1), 1–17.
By: J. Nason & G. Smith
2020 journal article
Inflation and professional forecast dynamics: An evaluation of stickiness, persistence, and volatility
QUANTITATIVE ECONOMICS, 11(4), 1485–1520.
By: E. Mertens* & J. Nason
Measuring the slowly evolving trend in US inflation with professional forecasts
JOURNAL OF APPLIED ECONOMETRICS.
By: J. Nason & G. Smith*
2018 journal article
Discussion of "Welfare Effects of Tax Policy in Open Economies: Stabilization and Cooperation"
International Journal of Central Banking, 14(3), 377–387.
By: J. Nason
2015 journal article
Business cycles and financial crises: The roles of credit supply and demand shocks
Macroeconomic Dynamics, 19(4), 836–882.
By: J. Nason & E. Tallman *
2014 journal article
Business cycle implications of internal consumption habit for new Keynesian models
Journal of Money, Credit, and Banking, 46(2-3), 519–544.
By: T. Kano* & J. Nason
Corrigendum to “Information criteria for impulse response function matching estimation of DSGE models” [J. Econom. 170 (2012) 499–518]
Journal of Econometrics, 178, 706.
By: A. Hall*, A. Inoue*, J. Nason & B. Rossi*
2012 journal article
Information criteria for impulse response function matching estimation of DSGE models
Journal of Econometrics, 170(2), 499–518.
By: A. Hall*, A. Inoue n, J. Nason & B. Rossi
UK World War I and interwar data for business cycle and growth analysis
Cliometrica, 6(2), 115–142.
By: J. Nason & S. Vahey*
2008 journal article
Identifying the new Keynesian Phillips curve
Journal of Applied Econometrics, 23(5), 525–551.
2006 journal article
The present-value model of the current account has been rejected: Round up the usual suspects
Journal of International Economics, 68(1), 159–187.
By: J. Nason & J. Rogers *
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