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Case Study of a Currency Crisis: The Russian Default of 1998 (ICPSR 1271)
Chiodo, Abbigail J.; Owyang, Michael T.
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Changing Trends in the Labor Force: A Survey (ICPSR 21582)
DiCecio, Riccardo; Engemann, Kristie M.; Owyang, Michael T.; et al.
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Cost of Living Index for the American States, 1960-2003 (ICPSR 1275)
Berry, William D.; Fording, Richard C.; Hanson, Russell L.
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Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) Consensus Forecasts (ICPSR 22683)
Gavin, William T.; Pande, Geetanjali
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Forecasting Inflation and Output: Comparing Data-Rich Models with Simple Rules (ICPSR 22684)
Gavin, William T.; Kliesen, Kevin L.
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Foreign Direct Investment, Productivity, and Country Growth: An Overview (ICPSR 25081)
Contessi, Silvio; Weinberger, Ariel
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How Well Do Monetary Fundamentals Forecast Exchange Rates? (ICPSR 1268)
Neely, Christopher J.; Sarno, Lucio
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Identifying Business Cycle Turning Points in Real Time (ICPSR 1284)
Chauvet, Marcelle; Piger, Jeremy
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Is Clarity of Responsibility Important for Economic Voting? Revisiting Powell and Whitten's Hypothesis (ICPSR 1206)
Royed, Terry J.; Borrelli, Stephen A.; Leyden, Keven M.
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Legislative Support, Pork, and Coalitions in Brazil, January 1997-December 2005 (ICPSR 27807)
Raile, Eric D.; Pereira, Carlos; Power, Timothy J.
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A Primer on the Empirical Identification of Government Spending Shocks (ICPSR 22681)
Engemann, Kristie M.; Owyang, Michael T.; Zubairy, Sarah
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Real Interest Rate Persistence: Evidence and Implications (ICPSR 24541)
Neely, Christopher J.; Rapach, David E.
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Unemployment Insurance Claims and Economic Activity (ICPSR 1266)
Gavin, William T.; Kliesen, Kevin L.
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What Do the Leading Indicators Lead? (ICPSR 1127)
Hamilton, James D.; Perez-Quiros, Gabriel
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