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Economic Review was published until 1999.

First Quarter 1999

  • The European System of Central Banks
    Mark A. Wynne
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  • Government's Role in Primary and Secondary Education
    Lori L. Taylor
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First Quarter 1998

  • Crude Oil and Gasoline Prices: An Asymmetric Relationship?
    Nathan S. Balke, Stephen P. A. Brown, and Mine K. Yucel
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  • Has NAFTA Changed North American Trade?
    David M. Gould
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  • The Dynamic Impact of Fundamental Tax Reform
    Part 1: The Basic Model

    Evan F. Koenig and Gregory W. Huffman
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Second Quarter 1998

  • Some Implications of Increased Cooperation in World Oil Conservation
    Stephen P. A. Brown and Hillard G. Huntington
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  • Does the United States Still Overinvest in Housing?
    Lori L. Taylor
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  • The Dynamic Impact of Fundamental Tax Reform
    Part 2: Extensions

    Gregory W. Huffman and Evan F. Koenig
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Third Quarter 1998

  • Income Taxes as Reciprocal Tariffs
    W. Michael Cox, David M. Gould, and Roy J. Ruffin
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  • Seigniorage Revenue and Monetary Policy: Some Preliminary Evidence
    Joseph H. Haslag
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  • The Economics of the Private Equity Market
    Stephen D. Prowse
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Fourth Quarter 1998

  • How Increased Product Market Competition May Be Reshaping America's Labor Markets
    John V. Duca
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  • Privatization and the Transition to a Market Economy
    Jason L. Saving
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  • Global Warming Policy: Some Economic Implications
    Stephen P. A. Brown
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First Quarter 1997

  • Taxation, Growth, and Welfare: A Framework For Analysis and Some Preliminary Results
    Mark A. Wynne
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  • Is There a Stable Relationship Between Capacity Utilization and Inflation?
    Kenneth M. Emery and Chih-Ping Chang
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  • Liberalization, Privatization, and Crash: Mexico's Banking System in the 1990s
    William C. Gruben and Robert P. McComb
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Second Quarter 1997

  • Welfare and the Locational Choices of New Immigrants
    Madeline Zavodny
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  • Output, Growth, Welfare, and Inflation: A Survey
    Joseph H. Haslag
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Third Quarter 1997

  • Does Being Different Matter?
    Finn E. Kydland and D'Ann M. Petersen
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  • The Economics of Private Placements: Middle-Market Corporate Finance, Life Insurance Companies, and a Credit Crunch
    Stephen D. Prowse
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  • "Tough Love": Implications for Redistributive Policy
    Jason L. Saving
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Fourth Quarter 1997

  • Has Long-Run Profitability Risen in the 1990s?
    John V. Duca
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  • Intellectual Property Rights and Product Effectiveness
    Stephen P. A. Brown and William C. Gruben
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  • Is the Busiess Cycle of Argentina "Different"?
    Finn E. Kydland and Carlos E. J. M. Zarazaga
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First Quarter 1996

  • Do Wages Help Predict Inflation?
    Kenneth M. Emery and Chih-Ping Chang
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  • Supply Shocks and the Distribution of Price Changes
    Nathan S. Balke and Mark A. Wynne
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  • Policy Priorities and the Mexican Exchange Rate Crisis
    William C. Gruben
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Second Quarter 1996

  • New Tools for Analyzing the Mexican Economy: Indexes of Coincident and Leading Economic Indicators
    Keith R. Phillips, Lucinda Vargas, and Victor Zarnowitz
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  • Forecasting M2 Growth: An Exploration in Real Time
    Evan F. Koenig
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  • Interest Rate Sensitivity of Texas Industry
    Lori L. Taylor and Mine K. Yucel
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Third Quarter 1996

  • Corporate Finance in International Perspective: Legal and Regulatory Influences on Financial System Development
    Stephen D. Prowse
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  • Capacity Utilization as a Real-Time Predictor of Manufacturing Output
    Evan F. Koenig
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  • Externalities, Markets, and Government Policy
    Roy J. Ruffin
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Fourth Quarter 1996

  • Neighborhood School Characteristics: What Signals Quality to Homebuyers?
    Kathy J. Hayes and Lori L. Taylor
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  • Trade Deficits: Causes and Consequences
    David M. Gould and Roy J. Ruffin
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  • Can Mortgage Applications Help Predict Home Sales?
    John V. Duca
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First Quarter 1995

  • Sticky Prices: What Is the Evidence?
    Mark A. Wynne
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  • The Texas Banking Crisis and the Payments System
    Robert T. Clair, Joanna O. Kolson, and Kenneth J. Robinson
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  • The Role of Merchandise Exports to Mexico in the Pattern of Texas Employment
    Kelly A. George and Lori L. Taylor
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  • Another Strong Year for the Eleventh District
    Fiona D. Sigalla
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Second Quarter 1995

  • Mexico's Crisis: Looking Back to Assess the Future
    David M. Gould
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  • Energy Prices and State Economic Performance
    Stephen P. A. Brown and Mine Yucel
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  • Optimal Monetary Policy in an Economy with Sticky Nominal Wages
    Evan F. Koenig
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Third Quarter 1995

  • Measuring the Policy Effects of Change in Reserve Requirement Ratios
    Joseph H. Haslag and Scott E. Hein
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  • A New Quarterly Output Measure for Texas
    Franklin D. Berger and Keith R. Phillips
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  • Alternate Methods of Corporate Control in Commercial Banks
    Stephen D. Prowse
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Fourth Quarter 1995

  • Sources of Money Instability
    John V. Duca
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  • Argentina, Mexico, and Currency Boards: Another Case of Rules Versus Discretion
    Carlos E. Zarazaga
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  • Should Bank Reserves Earn Interest?
    Scott Freeman and Joseph H. Haslag
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First Quarter 1994

  • The Federal Funds Rate as an Indicator of Monetary Policy: Evidence from the 1980s
    Nathan S. Balke and Kenneth M. Emery
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  • Demographics and the Long-Term Outlook for Housing Investment
    John K. Hill and D'Ann M. Petersen
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  • A Primer on the Nature of Business Cycles
    Gregory W. Huffman
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Second Quarter 1994

  • The Consumer Price Index
    Mark A. Wynne and Fiona D. Sigalla
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  • The Texas Construction Sector: The Tail that Wagged the Dog
    D'Ann M. Petersen, Keith R. Phillips, and Mine K. Yucel
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  • Is NAFTA Economic Integration?
    William C. Gruben and John H. Welch
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  • Solving the Mystery of the Disappearing January Blip in State Employment Data
    Franklin D. Berger and Keith R. Phillips
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Third Quarter 1994

  • An Economy at Risk? The Social Cost of School Inefficiency
    Lori L. Taylor
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  • Monetary Policy and Recent Business Cycle Experience
    R. W. Hafer, Joseph H. Haslag, and Scott E. Hein
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  • GATT and the New Protectionism
    David M. Gould and William C. Gruben
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  • The Saving Grace
    David M. Gould and Richard Alm
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Fourth Quarter 1994

  • Would the Addition of Bond or Equity Funds Make M2 a Better Indicator of Nominal GDP?
    John V. Duca
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  • Understanding the Price Puzzle
    Nathan S. Balke and Kenneth M. Emery
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  • Indicators of the General Price Level and Inflation
    Zsolt Becsi
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First Quarter 1993

  • Recessions and Recoveries
    Mark A. Wynne and Nathan S. Balke
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  • A Look at Long-Term Developments in the Distribution of Income
    Joseph H. Haslag and Lori L. Taylor
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  • The Costs and Benefits of Fixed Dollar Exchange Rates in Latin America
    John H. Welch and Darryl McLeod
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Second Quarter 1993

  • Regulation, Bank Competitiveness, and Episodes of Missing Money
    John V. Duca
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  • What Determines Economic Growth?
    David M. Gould and Roy J. Ruffin
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  • The Pricing of Natural Gas in U.S. Markets
    Stephen P. A. Brown and Mine K. Yucel
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  • Investing for Growth: Thriving in the World Marketplace
    A Summary of the 1992 Southwest Conference

    Fiona D. Sigalla and Beverly J. Fox
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Third Quarter 1993

  • Six Causes of the Credit Crunch (Or, Why Is It So Hard to Get a Loan?)
    Robert T. Clair and Paula Tucker
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  • America's Health Care Problem: An Economic Perspective
    Beverly J. Fox, Lori L. Taylor, and Mine K. Yucel
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  • Rethinking the IS in IS-LM: Adapting Keynesian Tools to Non-Keynesian Economies, Part 1
    Evan F. Koenig
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  • The Long (and Short) on Taxation and Expenditure Policies
    Zsolt Becsi
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Fourth Quarter 1993

  • The Theory and Practice of Free Trade
    David M. Gould, Roy J. Ruffin, and Graeme L. Woodbridge
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  • Rethinking the IS in IS-LM: Adapting Keynesian Tools to Non-Keynesian Economies, Part 2
    Evan F. Koenig
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  • High Inflation: Causes and Consequences
    John H. Rogers and Ping Wang
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Third Quarter 1992

  • Money and Output: Correlation or Causality?
    Scott Freeman
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  • Loan Growth and Loan Quality: Some Preliminary Evidence from Texas Banks
    Robert T. Clair
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  • When Will the United States Grow Out of Its Foreign Debt?
    John K. Hill
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