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Number of items: 10.

2010

Chatelain, Jean-Bernard and Ralf, Kirsten and Bruno, Amable (2010): Patents as Collateral. Published in: Journal of Economic Dynamics & Control , Vol. 34, (2010): pp. 1092-1104.

1 May 2012

Chatelain, Jean-Bernard and Ralf, Kirsten (2012): The failure of financial macroeconomics and what to do about it.

8 November 2012

Chatelain, Jean-Bernard and Ralf, Kirsten (2012): Spurious Regressions and Near-Multicollinearity, with an Application to Aid, Policies and Growth.

12 April 2014

Chatelain, Jean-Bernard and Ralf, Kirsten (2014): Stability and Identification with Optimal Macroprudential Policy Rules.

26 August 2017

Chatelain, Jean-Bernard and Ralf, Kirsten (2017): Can we Identify the Fed's Preferences?

Chatelain, Jean-Bernard and Ralf, Kirsten (2017): A Simple Algorithm for Solving Ramsey Optimal Policy with Exogenous Forcing Variables.

13 February 2018

Chatelain, Jean-Bernard and Ralf, Kirsten (2018): Publish and Perish: Creative Destruction and Macroeconomic Theory. Published in: History of Economic Ideas , Vol. 2, No. 26 (2018): pp. 65-101.

25 October 2019

Chatelain, Jean-Bernard and Ralf, Kirsten (2019): A Simple Algorithm for Solving Ramsey Optimal Policy with Exogenous Forcing Variables. Published in: Economics Bulletin , Vol. 4, No. 39 (25 October 2019): pp. 2429-2440.

17 January 2020

Chatelain, Jean-Bernard and Ralf, Kirsten (2020): Hopf Bifurcation from new-Keynesian Taylor rule to Ramsey Optimal Policy. Published in: Macroeconomic Dyanmics (18 January 2020): pp. 1-33.

5 February 2020

Chatelain, Jean-Bernard and Ralf, Kirsten (2020): Ramsey Optimal Policy versus Multiple Equilibria with Fiscal and Monetary Interactions. Published in: Economics Bulletin , Vol. 1, No. 40 (5 February 2020): pp. 140-147.

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