Sweden - Central Bank Research Hub

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Targeting inflation with a prominent role for money

Sveriges Riksbank Working Papers [View] (Paper: 123, 21.05.2004)

What Have We Learned from Empirical Tests of the Monetary Transmission Effect

Sveriges Riksbank Working Papers [View] (Paper: 121, 21.05.2004)

Monetary Policy Signaling and Movements in the Swedish Term Structure of Interest Rates

Sveriges Riksbank Working Papers [View] (Paper: 132, 21.05.2004)

The Empirical Relevanceof Simple Forward- andBackward-looking models:A View from a DynamicGeneral Equilibrium Model

Sveriges Riksbank Working Papers [View] (Paper: 130, 21.05.2004)

Estimating New-Keynesian Phillips Curves: A Full Information Maximum Likelihood Approach

Sveriges Riksbank Working Papers [View] (Paper: 129, 21.05.2004)

Interoperability and Network Externalities in Electronic Payments

Sveriges Riksbank Working Papers [View] (Paper: 126, 21.05.2004)

Is the Short-run Phillips Curve Nonlinear? Empirical Evidence for Australia, Sweden and the United States

Sveriges Riksbank Working Papers [View] (Paper: 124, 21.05.2004)

Simple monetary policy rules and exchange rate uncertainty

Sveriges Riksbank Working Papers [View] (Paper: 122, 21.05.2004)

Forecast-based monetary policy in Sweden 1992-1998: A view from within

Sveriges Riksbank Working Papers [View] (Paper: 120, 21.05.2004)

Evaluation of Exchange Rate Forecasts for the Krona¿s Nominal Effective Exchange Rate

Sveriges Riksbank Working Papers [View] (Paper: 133, 21.05.2004)

Diversification and Delegation in Firms

Sveriges Riksbank Working Papers [View] (Paper: 131, 21.05.2004)

Micro Foundations of Macroeconomic Price Adjustment: Survey Evidence from Swedish Firms

Sveriges Riksbank Working Papers [View] (Paper: 128, 21.05.2004)

Monetary Policy with Incomplete Exchange Rate Pass-Through

Sveriges Riksbank Working Papers [View] (Paper: 127, 21.05.2004)

Credit Risk versus Capital Requirements under Basel II: Are SME Loans and Retail Credit Really Different?

Sveriges Riksbank Working Papers [View] (Paper: 162, 01.01.2004)

JEL: C14, C15, G21, G28, G33

Why Are Long Rates Sensitive to Monetary Policy

Sveriges Riksbank Working Papers [View] (Paper: 160, 01.01.2004)

JEL: E43, E52

The Effects of Permanent Technology Shocks on Labor Productivity and Hours in the RBC model

Sveriges Riksbank Working Papers [View] (Paper: 161, 01.01.2004)

JEL: E24, E32

Do Higher Wages Cause Inflation?

Sveriges Riksbank Working Papers [View] (Paper: 159, 01.01.2004)

JEL: D43, E31, E52