PREDICTIVE ABILITY AND DYNAMIC MULTIPLIER PROPERTIES OF ALTERNATIVE TREATMENTS OF THE MONETARY MECHANISM

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  • Koji Shinjo

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    • University of Pennsylvania. I wish to thank Professors L. R. Klein and I. Friend for their invaluable supervisory help, and also to acknowledge my indebtedness to Dr. K. M. Carlson, the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, and the staff of the M.P.S. Model Project at the University of Pennsylvania. Special thanks are also due my fellow graduate student, H. N. Johnston. The Wharton Model simulation result reported in this paper is a part of the joint work with him.

      The research was in part supported by a grant from the Social Science Research Council and in part by the Mathematical Social Science Board Workshop on Lags in Economic Behavior, held in 1970 at the University of Chicago.


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