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  • Bachmeier, Lance (2013-07-02)
    This paper presents evidence that the price of oil does not respond contemporaneously to shocks to the US gasoline market. We find no support for the hypothesis of feedback from the US gasoline market to the price of oil, ...
  • Chang, Yang-Ming; Huang, Biing-Wen; Chen, Yun-Ju (2012-08-09)
    Considering family labor and hired labor as heterogeneous inputs, we present a theoretical framework in which the optimal decisions of a farm household on on-farm family and hired labor, off-farm labor supply, and leisure ...
  • Hilber, Christian A. L.; Turner, Tracy M. (2014-11-25)
    This paper examines the impact of the combined U.S. state and federal mortgage interest deduction (MID) on homeownership attainment, using data from 1984 to 2007 and exploiting variation in the subsidy arising from changes ...
  • Nadimi, Soheil R.; Weisman, Dennis L. (2014-07-22)
    This paper models a vertically-integrated provider that is a monopoly supplier of an input that is essential for downstream production. An input price that is “too high” can lead to inefficient foreclosure and one that is ...
  • Bachmeier, Lance J.; Plante, Michael (2018-06-05)
    The combination of high inflation and high unemployment experienced in the 1970s and early 1980s has been perhaps the most important macroeconomic event since the Great Depression. Figure 1 shows that there were two spikes ...
  • Bachmeier, Lance J.; Nadimi, Soheil R.
    Asset return volatility is important to the macroeconomy. This paper asks whether oil price volatility can be used as a predictor of stock return volatility. In contrast with previous research, we focus on the out-of-sample ...
  • Gayle, Philip G. (2014-04-18)
    Previous research has suggested that codeshare agreements eliminate double marginalization that exists when unaffiliated airlines independently determine the price for different segments of an interline trip. Using a ...
  • Cassou, Steven P.; Gorostiaga, Arantza; Uribe Zubiaga, Iker (2013-09-20)
    This paper investigates how the production function elasticity of substitution across different labor types impacts the results of policy analysis in multiperiod lived agent overlapping generations models. We critique and ...
  • Sappington, David E. M.; Weisman, Dennis L. (2012-05-17)
    During the course of the first thirty CRRI conferences, we have gained considerable insight about how to design regulatory policy in the presence of developing competition. The insight to date has focused on how to harness ...
  • Cassou, Steven P.; Vázquez, Jesús (2015-02-25)
    This paper uses a new method for describing dynamic comovement and persistence in economic time series which builds on the contemporaneous forecast error method developed in den Haan [den Haan, W. J. 2000. “The Comovement ...
  • Cassou, Steven P.; Vázquez, Jesús (2014-05-06)
    This paper considers a time varying parameter extension of the Ruge-Murcia’s (Ruge-Murcia, F. J. 2003. “Does the Barro-Gordon Model Explain the Behavior of us Inflation? A Reexamination of the Empirical Evidence.” Journal ...
  • Mostafa, Mohamed M.; Al-Hamdi, Mohaned T. (2014-12-02)
    The aim of this paper is to investigate why some internal conflicts are terminated quickly, while others linger for several decades without a looming resolution in the horizon. In an attempt to achieve this objective, the ...
  • Bachmeier, Lance J.; Cha, Inkyung (2014-07-29)
    This paper uses disaggregate U.S. inflation data to evaluate explanations for the breakdown of the relationship between oil price shocks and consumer price inflation. A data set with measures of inflation, energy intensity, ...

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