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The FRBNY DSGE Model With Marco Del Negro, Stefano Eusepi, Marc Giannoni, Andrea Tambalotti, Matthew Cocci, Raiden Hasegawa, and M. Henry Linder Federal Reserve Bank of New York Staff Reports 647, October 2013
An Empirical Investigation of Alternative Models of Pricing Behavior mimeo, revised, December 1999
Labor Effort and the Measurement of Technical Progress mimeo, April 1997
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