Dynamic Models Useful for Policy - 2003 Conference

10 and 11 July 2003

Note: The papers listed here are reproduced as submitted by their authors, and have not been edited or proofread by the Bank of Canada.

"Shocks and frictions in US business cycles: a Bayesian DSGE approach"
Frank Smets (European Central Bank)

"The Great Depression and the Friedman-Schwartz Hypothesis"
Larry Christiano (Northwestern University)

"Optimal Cyclical Monetary Policy: Does Steady-State Inflation Matter?"
Samuel Reynard (Swiss National Bank)

"Continuous versus Discrete-time Modeling: Does it make a Difference?"
Charles Carlstrom (Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland)

"Bank Capital and Monetary Policy"
Césaire Meh and Kevin Moran (Bank of Canada)

"Parameter Uncertainty and the Central Bank's ObjectiveFunction"
Andrew Levin (Board of Governors)

"Probability Models for Monetary Policy Decisions"
Chris Sims (Princeton University)

"Monetary Discretion, Pricing Complementarity and Dynamic Multiple Equilibria"
Alexander Wolman (Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond)

"Taxation and the Taylor Principle"
Rochelle Edge (Board of Governors)

"Search, Money and Capital: A Neoclassical Dichotomy"
Randy Wright (University of Pennsylvania)

"Co-existence of money and higher-return assets - again"
Neil Wallace (Penn State University)