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ANES 1970 Time Series Study (ICPSR 7298)
University of Michigan. Institute for Social Research. Center for Political Studies
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Australian National Social Science Survey, 1984 (ICPSR 9084)
Kelley, Jonathan; Cushing, Robert G.; Headey, Bruce
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Canadian National Election Study, 1972 (ICPSR 7410)
Market Opinion Research (Canada) Ltd.
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Darryl Francis and the Making of Monetary Policy, 1966-1975 (ICPSR 1283)
Hafer, R.W.; Wheelock, David C.
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Does Money Matter? (ICPSR 1245)
Meyer, Laurence H.
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Do Inflation Targeters Outperform Non-Targeters? (ICPSR 1336)
Dueker, Michael J.; Fischer, Andreas
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Dutch Parliamentary Election Panel Study, 1981-1986 (ICPSR 9272)
van der Eijk, C.; Irwin, G.A.; Niemoeller, B.
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Economic Incentives, Values, and Subjective Well-Being, 1971-1974 (ICPSR 3512)
Strumpel, Burkhard; Gurin, Gerald; Curtin, Richard T.
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Eighty Years of Observations on the Adjusted Monetary Base: 1918-1997 (ICPSR 1199)
Anderson, Richard G.; Rasche, Robert H.
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Evolution of Monetary Policy in Transition Economies (ICPSR 1219)
Kutan, Ali; Brada, Josef
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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 Costly Is Sustained Low Inflation for the U.S. Economy? (ICPSR 1302)
Bullard, James B.; Russell, Steven
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How Well Does Employment Predict Output? (ICPSR 20963)
Kliesen, Kevin L.
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ICPSR Instructional Subset: American National Election Study, 1976 (ICPSR 7515)
Miller, Warren; Miller, Arthur

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