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Fall 2011 Christina Romer University of California, Berkeley David Romer ECONOMICS 210C / ECONOMICS 236A MACROECONOMIC HISTORY SUPPLEMENTAL READINGS SEPTEMBER 7 – THE EFFECTS OF MONETARY CHANGES: NARRATIVE EVIDENCE AND NATURAL EXPERIMENTS Romer, Christina D. and David H. Romer. 1989. “Does Monetary Policy Matter? A New Test in the Spirit of Friedman and Schwartz.” NBER Macroeconomics Annual 4: 121-170. Friedman, Milton, and Anna J. Schwartz. 1963. “Money and Business Cycles.” Review of Economics and Statistics 45 (February, Supplement): 32-64. Meltzer, Allan H. 2003, 2010. A History of the Federal Reserve . 2 volumes. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Nelson, Edward. 2011 “A Review of Allan Meltzer’s A History of the Federal Reserve, Volume 2. Unpublished paper, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve (June). Romer, Christina D., and David H. Romer.
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Unformatted text preview: 1994. “Monetary Policy Matters.” Journal of Monetary Economics 34 (August): 75-88. Hoover, Kevin D., and Stephen J. Perez. 1994. “Post Hoc Ergo Propter Hoc Once More: An Evaluation of ‘Does Monetary Policy Matter?’ in the Spirit of James Tobin.” Journal of Monetary Economics 34 (August): 47-74. Jalil, Andrew. 2010. “Monetary Intervention Really Did Mitigate Banking Panics During the Great Depression: Evidence Along the Atlanta and New York Federal Reserve District Borders, Unpublished paper, Reed College. Ziebarth, Nicholas L. 2011. “Evidence on the Efficacy of Discount Loans for Real Activity During the Great Depression.” Unpublished paper, Northwestern University, March. Eichengreen, Barry. 1992. Golden Fetters: The Gold Standard and the Great Depression, 1919-1939. Oxford: Oxford University Press....
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