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The Relationships Between Expected Inflation, Disagreement and Uncertainty: Evidence from Matched Point and Density Forecasts With J. Tracy The Review of Economics and Statistics, February 2010, 200-207 Read the full text from MIT Press Journals ››
Using Regional Economic Indexes to Forecast Tax Bases: Evidence from New York With Jason Bram, Andrew Haughwout, James Orr, Rae Rosen and Rebecca Sela The Review of Economics and Statistics, November 2005, 627-634 Read the full text from MIT Press Journals ››
Distinguising Trends from Cycles in Productivity With J. Kahn Monetary Policy in a Changing Environment, Bank for International Settlements, Conference Papers,Volume 19, October 2003, 443-461
Structural Estimates of the U.S. Sacrifice Ratio With Stephen G. Cecchetti Journal of Business and Economic Statistics, 19, no. 4 October 2001: 416-27 See also ›› Working paper version of this report, see Robert W. Rich, Structural Estimates of the U.S. Sacrifice Ratio (with Stephen G. Cecchetti), Federal Reserve Bank of New York Staff Report No. 71, March 1999
Testing for the Exogeneity of Real Income in Models of the Poverty Process: Evidence from Post-Independence India With C. Bell Economics Letters, December 1994, 295-302 Read the full text from ScienceDirect ››
Rural Poverty and Aggregate Agricultural Performance in Post-Independence India With C. Bell Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, May 1994, 111-133
Some Tests for Speculative Exchange Rate Bubbles Based on Unit Root Tests With D. Kirikos Spoudai,January-June 1994, 14-30
Testing for Measurement Errors in Expectations from Survey Data: An Instrumental Variables Approach With J. Raymond and J.S. Butler Economics LettersVolume 43, No 1, 1993, 5-10 Read the full text from ScienceDirect ››
The Relationship Between Forecast Dispersion and Forecast Uncertainty:Evidence from a Survey Data-ARCH Model With J. Raymond and J.S. Butler Journal of Applied Econometrics, April-June 1992, 131-148 Read the full text in JSTOR ››
Generalized Instrumental Variables Estimation of Autoregressive Conditional Heteroskedasticity Models With J. Raymond and J.S. Butler Economics LettersFebruary 1991, 179-185 Read the full text from ScienceDirect ››
Another Look at the Rationality of the LivingstonPrice Expectations Data Applied Economics,April 1990, 477-485, Reviewed in ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ??Research on Forecasting' International Journal of Forecasting, October 1990, 445-446
Testing the Rationality of Inflation Forecast from Survey Data: Another Look at the SRC Expected Price Change Data The Review of Economics and StatisticsNovember 1989, 682-686, Read the full text in JSTOR ››
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