*Associate Professor of Economics, University of Kentucky. Comments by Laurence Ball, Robert Barsky, Martin Evans, James Fackler, Daniel Thornton, Thomas Willett, anonymous referees, and the participants in the Macroeconomics Workshops at the University of Kentucky and the University of Michigan are gratefully acknowledged. The research was supported by a Special Summer Faculty Reseamh Fellowship from the Graduate School of the University of Kentucky. Part of the research was done while the author was on leave at the University of Michigan Business School.
UNCERTAIN EFFECTS OF MONEY AND THE LINK BETWEEN THE INFLATION RATE AND INFLATION UNCERTAINTY
Version of Record online: 28 SEP 2007
Volume 31, Issue 1, pages 39–51, January 1993
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HOLLAND, A. S. (1993), UNCERTAIN EFFECTS OF MONEY AND THE LINK BETWEEN THE INFLATION RATE AND INFLATION UNCERTAINTY. Economic Inquiry, 31: 39–51. doi: 10.1111/j.1465-7295.1993.tb00864.x
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