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NBER Working Papers by Willem H. Buiter

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April 2010Fiscal Rules in India: Are They Effective?
with Urjit R. Patel: w15934
June 2009Negative Nominal Interest Rates: Three ways to overcome the zero lower bound
w15118
July 2008Housing Wealth Isn't Wealth
w14204
February 2007Seigniorage
w12919
January 2007Is Numerairology the Future of Monetary Economics? Unbundling numeraire and medium of exchange through a virtual currency and a shadow exchange rate
w12839
October 2004The Elusive Welfare Economics of Price Stability as a Monetary Policy Objective: Should New Keynesian Central Bankers Pursue Price Stability?
w10848
July 2004Deflationary Bubbles
with Anne C. Sibert: w10642
May 2004A Small Corner of Intertemporal Public Finance - New Developments in Monetary Economics: 2 Ghosts, 2 Eccentricities, A Fallacy, A Mirage and A Mythos
w10524
December 2003Helicopter Money: Irredeemable Fiat Money and the Liquidity Trap
w10163
November 2003Cross-Border Tax Externalities: Are Budget Deficits Too Small?
with Anne C. Sibert: w10110
June 2003James Tobin: An Appreciation of his Contribution to Economics
w9753
April 2003Deflation: Prevention and Cure
w9623
August 1999The Fallacy of the Fiscal Theory of the Price Level
w7302
July 1999Liquidity Traps: How to Avoid Them and How to Escape Them
with Nikolaos Panigirtzoglou: w7245
April 1998Notes on "A Code for Fiscal Stability"
w6522
February 1998The Young Person's Guide to Neutrality, Price Level Indeterminacy, Interest Rate Pegs, and Fiscal Theories of the Price Level
w6396
November 1997Transition Issues for the European Monetary Union
with Anne C. Sibert: w6292
January 1997A Portfolio Approach to a Cross-Sectoral and Cross-National Investment Strategy in Transition Economies
with Ricardo Lago, Helene Rey: w5882
June 1995A Center-Periphery Model of Monetary Coordination and Exchange Rate Crises
with Giancarlo Corsetti, Paolo A. Pesenti: w5140
May 1995Capital Mobility, Fiscal Policy and Growth under Self-Financing of Human Capital Formation
with Kenneth M. Kletzer: w5120
April 1995Generational Accounts, Aggregate Saving and Intergenerational Distribution
w5087
May 1993Public Debt in the USA: How Much, How Bad and Who Pays?
w4362
November 1992Permanent International Productivity Growth Differentials in an Integrated Global Economy
with Kenneth M. Kletzer: w4220
May 1992Government Solvency, Ponzi Finance and the Redundancy and Usefulness of Public Debt
with Kenneth M. Kletzer: w4076
February 1991Persistent Differences in National Productivity Growth Rates with A Com-mon Technology and Free Capital Mobility: The Roles of Private Thrift, ...
with Kenneth M. Kletzer: w3637
October 1990Rational Speculative Bubbles in an Exchange Rate Target Zone
with Paolo A. Pesenti: w3467
April 1990Fiscal Policy Interdependence and Efficiency
with Kenneth M. Kletzer: w3328
The Welfare Economics of Cooperative and Noncooperative Fiscal Policy
with Kenneth M. Kletzer: w3329
March 1990Debt, Deficits and Inflation: An Application to the Public Finances of India
with Urjit R. Patel: w3287
November 1989The "Gold Standard Paradox" and its Resolution
with Vittorio U. Grilli: w3178
August 1988Debt Neutrality, Professor Vickrey and Henry George's "Single Tax"
w2673
May 1988Some Thoughts on the Role of Fiscal Policy in Stabilisation and Structural Adjustment in Developing Countries
w2603
Centre For Labour Economics
w2578
February 1988Can Public Spending Cuts be Inflationary?
w2528
August 1987The Right Combination of Demand and Supply Policies: The Case for a Two-Handed Approach
w2333
May 1987Efficient "Myopic" Asset Pricing in General Equilibrium: A Potential Pitfall in Excess Volatility Tests
w2251
October 1986Granger-Causality and Policy Ineffectiveness: A Rejoinder
t0061
Fiscal Prerequisites for a Viable Managed Exchange Rate Regime: A Non-technical Eclectic Introduction
w2041
September 1986Structural and Stabilization Aspects of Fiscal and Financial Policy in the Dependent Economy
w2023
Death, Population Growth, Productivity Growth and Debt Neutrality
w2027
April 1986A "Gold Standard" Isn't Viable Unless Supported by Sufficiently FlexibleMonetary and Fiscal Policy
w1903
February 1986Macroeconomic Responses by Developing Countries to Changes in External Economic Conditions
w1836
Borrowing to Defend the Exchange Rate and the Timing and Magnitude of Speculative Attacks
w1844
November 1985A Fiscal Theory of Hyperdeflations? Some Surprising Monetarist Arithmetic
t0052
October 1985Macroeconomic Policy Design in an Interdependent World Economy: An Analysis of Three Contingencies
w1746
March 1985International Monetary Policy to Promote Economic Recovery
w1584
August 1984Fiscal policy in open, interdependent economies
w1429
June 1984Saddlepoint Problems in Contifuous Time Rational Expectations Models: A General Method and Some Macroeconomic Ehamples
t0020
April 1984Policy evaluation and design for continuous time linear rational expectations models: some recent development
t0034
Measuring Aspects of Fiscal and Financial Policy
w1332
January 1984The Proper Measurement of Government Budget Deficits: Comprehensive Wealth Accounting or Permanent Income Accounting for the Public Sector
w1013
December 1983Costs and Benefits of an Anti-Inflationary Policy: Questions and Issues
with Marcus H. Miller: w1252
November 1983The Theory of Optimum Deficits and Debt
w1232
August 1983Optimal and Time-Consistent Polices in Continuous Time Rational Expectations Models
t0029
May 1983International Balance of Payments Financing and Adjustment
with Jonathan Eaton: w1120
February 1983Deficits, Crowding Out and Inflation: The Simple Analytics
w1078
1983Predetermined and Non-Predetermined Variables in Rational Expectations Models
t0021
November 1982On the Adequacy or Inadequacy of Keynesian Balance-of-Payments Theory: A Rejoinder
with Jonathan Eaton: w1032
October 1982Real Exchange Rate Overshooting and the Output Cost of Bringing Down Inflation
with Marcus H. Miller: w0749
June 1982Monetary and Fiscal Policy with Flexible Exchange Rates
with William H. Branson: w0901
March 1982Comment on T. J. Sargent and N. Wallace: "Some Unpleasant Monetarist Arithmetic"
w0867
December 1981Keynesian Balance of Payments Models: Comment
with Jonathan Eaton: r0225
The Superiority of Contingent Rules over Fixed Rules in Models with Rational Expectations
t0009
September 1981Monetary, Financial, and Fiscal Policies Under Rational Expectations
r0206
July 1981Issues in Controllability and the Theory of Economic Policy
with Mark Gersovitz: t0002
June 1981A Note on the Solution of A Two-Point Boundary Value Problem Frequently Encountered in Rational Expectations Models
t0012
Macroeconometric Modelling for Policy Evaluation and Design
t0013
March 1981Granger-Causality and Stabilization Policy
t0010
December 1980Monetary Policy and International Competitiveness
with Marcus H. Miller: w0591
Oil, Disinflation, and Export Competitiveness: A Model of the "Dutch Disease"
with Douglas D. Purvis: w0592
Real Effects of Anticipated and Unanticipated Money: Some Problems of Estimation and Hypothesis Testing
w0601
November 1980The Role of Economic Policy After the New Classical Macroeconomics
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The Role of Economic Policy after the New Classical Macroeconomics
w0580
September 1980Staggered Wage Setting without Money Illusion: Variations on a Theme of Taylor
with Ian Jewitt: w0545
August 1980Policy Decentralization and Exchange Rate Management in Interdependent Economies
with Jonathan Eaton: w0531
July 1980Implications for the Adjustment Process of International Asset Risks: Exchange Controls, Intervention and Policy Risk, and Sovereign Risk
w0516
April 1980Unemployment-Inflation Trade-Offs with Rational Expectations in an Open Economy
r0038
1980Short-run and Long-run Effects of External Disturbances Under a FloatingExchange Rate
r0023
November 1979The Roles of Monetary, Financial and Fiscal Policy with Rational Expectations
w0412
May 1979Time Preference and International Lending and Borrowing in an Overlapping-Generations Model
w0352
April 1979Feedback and the Use of Current Information: The Use of General Linear Policy Rules in Rational Expectations Models
w0335

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