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New York’s Merchandise Export Gap With Mark Leary Federal Reserve Bank of New York Current Issues in Economics and Finance, November 1996
Determinants of Long-Term Interest Rates: An Empirical Study of Several Industrial Countries With Charles Pigott Federal Reserve Bank of New York Quarterly Review, Winter 1991-92
The Political and Institutional Independence of U.S. Monetary Policy With M. A. Akhtar Banca Nazionale del Lavoro Quarterly Review, September 1991
World Economic Outlook in World Energy Markets: Stability or Cyclical Change? Edited by William Thompson and David DeAngelo, Boulder, Westview, 1985
The U.S. Economy in an Interdependent World: A Multi-Country Model With Guy Stevens, et al Washington, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, 1984
The Structure and Properties of the Multi-Country Model With Sung Kwack, et al. in Global International Economic Models Edited by Bert Hickman, Amsterdam, New York and Oxford, North-Holland for the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, 1983
Assessing International Interdependence with a Multi-Country Model With Ernesto Hernandez-Cata, et al. Journal of Econometrics, 15 (January 1981), 65-92
Modeling Bilateral Exchange Rates in the Multi-Country Model With Guy Stevens, et al. in Proceedings of the Fourth Pacific Basin Central Bank Conference on Econometric Modeling, Tokyo, The Bank of Japan, November 1980
Monetary Policy Under Alternative Exchange-Rate Regimes: Simulations with a Multi-Country Model With Ernesto Hernandez-Cata, et al. in Managed-Exchange-Rate Flexibility: The Recent Experience, Boston, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, Conference Series No. 20, 1979
Theory and Time Series Estimation of the Quadratic Expenditure System With Robert Pollak and Terence Wales Econometrica, 47 (September 1979), 1231-47
An Analysis of ECIEL Household Budget Data for Bogota, Caracas, Guyaquil, and Lima With Philip Musgrove Chapter 7 in Patterns in Household Demand and Saving By Constantino Lluch, Alan A. Powell and Ross A. Williams, New York and London, Oxford University Press for the World Bank, 1977
Cross-Section Application of Linear Expenditure Systems: Responses to Socio-Demographic Effects American Journal of Agricultural Economics, LIX, No. 1 (February 1977), 141-48
Development of the Extended Linear Expenditure System from Simple Saving Assumptions European Economic Review, VI, No. 3 (July 1975), 305-10
Estimation of the Quadratic Expenditure System: A Cross-Section Case The American Economist, XVIII, No. 2 (Fall 1974), 13-38
Data Preparation for Latin American Comparisons of Consumption With Roberto Villaveces in The Role of the Computer in Economic and Social Research in Latin America. Edited by Nancy Ruggles, New York, National Bureau of Economic Research, 1974
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