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Study Title/Investigator
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Discrete Policy Changes and Empirical Models of the Federal Funds Rate (ICPSR 1310)
Dueker, Michael J.; Rasche, Robert H.
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Does Money Matter? (ICPSR 1245)
Meyer, Laurence H.
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The FOMC's Balance-of-Risk Statement and Market Expectations of Policy Actions (ICPSR 1270)
Rasche, Robert H.; Thornton, Daniel L.
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International Financial Statistics (ICPSR 7629)
International Monetary Fund
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Macroeconomic News and Real Interest Rates (ICPSR 1330)
Kliesen, Kevin L.; Schmid, Frank A.
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Mechanics of a Successful Exchange-Rate Peg: Lessons for Emerging Markets (ICPSR 1246)
Dueker, Michael J.; Fischer, Andreas
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Monetary Policy and Commodity Futures (ICPSR 1315)
Armesto, Michelle T.; Gavin, William T.
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Mortgage Innovation, Mortgage Choice, and Housing Decisions (ICPSR 25063)
Chambers, Matthew S.; Garriga, Carlos; Schlagenhauf, Don
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A Primer on the Mortgage Market and Mortgage Finance (ICPSR 21581)
McDonald, Daniel J.; Thornton, Daniel L.
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Real Interest Rate Persistence: Evidence and Implications (ICPSR 24541)
Neely, Christopher J.; Rapach, David E.
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Survey of Consumer Attitudes and Behavior, April 1978 (ICPSR 8731)
Economic Behavior Program. Survey Research Center. University of Michigan

more results 247 more results in Survey of Consumer Attitudes and Behavior Series

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Survey of Consumer Attitudes and Behavior, Fall 1963 (ICPSR 3623)
University of Michigan. Survey Research Center. Economic Behavior Program
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Survey of Consumer Attitudes and Behavior, Spring 1963 (ICPSR 3630)
University of Michigan. Survey Research Center. Economic Behavior Program
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Three Funerals and a Wedding (ICPSR 24543)
Bullard, James B.
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