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Macroeconomic Themes:191 Interest Rate Determination Rule: Test of the Taylor Rule in the UK November 2002
Macroeconomic Themes:192 Background Literature
Macroeconomic Themes:193 Research in Time Inconsistency, Policy Co-ordination and
Macroeconomic Themes:194 Friedman (1966, 1968) and Phelps (1967) natural rate of unemployment hypothesis
Macroeconomic Themes:195 Aggregate Supply and Demands
Macroeconomic Themes:196 Labour Market Equilibrium and Aggregate Supply
Macroeconomic Themes:197 Impact of Monetary Policy in the Short and the Long Run
Macroeconomic Themes:198 Policy Rule, Discretion, Cheating and Time Inconsistency in Economic Policy Making
Macroeconomic Themes:199 Fiscal and Monetary Policy Game in a Diagram
Macroeconomic Themes:1910 Three Equations of the Interest Determination Rule: Taylor Rule
Macroeconomic Themes:1911 Reduced Form Equation of the Interest Determination Model
Macroeconomic Themes:1912 Natural rate of Interest: Steady State
Macroeconomic Themes:1913 General Solution of the Interest Rule Model
Macroeconomic Themes:1914 Convergence or Divergence from the Steady State
Macroeconomic Themes:1915 Data Set Used for the Interest Rate Rule
Macroeconomic Themes:1916 Drawbacks of Single Equation Estimation
Macroeconomic Themes:1917 Better Fit From the Simultaneous Estimation
Macroeconomic Themes:1918 Actual and Predicted Interest from the Single Equation Method
Macroeconomic Themes:1919 Actual and Predicted Interest from the Simultaneous Equation Method
Macroeconomic Themes:1920 Main Points of this Paper
Macroeconomic Themes:1921 References-1
Macroeconomic Themes:1922 References-2
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