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What Do New-Keynesian Phillips Curves Imply for Price-Level Targeting?

Gavin, William; Dittmar, Robert (2000)
Publisher: ICPSR - Interuniversity Consortium for Political and Social Research
This article extends the analysis of price-level targeting to a model including the New-Keynesian Phillips Curve. The authors examine inflation-output variability tradeoffs implied by optimal inflation and price-level rules. In previous work with the Neoclassical Phillips Curve, the authors found that the choice between inflation targeting and price-level targeting depended on the amount of persistence in the output gap. That is, if the output gap was not too persistent, or if lagged output d...

Total hadronic cross-section of photon-photon interactions at LEP

CERN-LEP. Measurement of the total hadronic cross section for photon-photoninteractions extracted from E+ E- --& gt; E+ E- HADRONS data at centre-of-mass ener gies 161,172 and 183 GeV. The data cover the photon-photon centre-of-mass range 10 to 110 GeV and have integrated luminosities of 9.9, 10.0 and 54.4 pb-1 at therespective energies.

Search for CP violation in D0 and D+ decays

Fermilab-Tevatron. Search for violation in D0 and D+ decays.. Beam photons obtained by means of bremsstrahlung of electron and positron beams (with tipically 300 GeV endpoint energy), with a beryllium oxide target. More than 6.3*10**9 triggers were collected from which more than 1 millioncharmed particles have been reconstructed.

W pair production cross-section and W branching fractions in e+ e- interactions at 189-GeV

CERN-LEP. Measurement of the W+ W- pair production cross sections in E+ E- interactions at c.m. energy of 189 GeV. The data have an integrated luminosity of 155 pb-1. Cross sections are presented for the all hadron, semileptonic and fully leptonic final states as well as the total.

United States Biotechnology Study, 1997-1998

Miller, Jon D. (2000)
Publisher: ICPSR - Interuniversity Consortium for Political and Social Research
Fielded November 11, 1997, through February 14, 1998, this study collected data from United States citizens aged 18 and older regarding their interest in and attentiveness to selected current news issues, knowledge of and attitudes toward biotechnology, various forms of political participation, and knowledge of scientific concepts. Conducted not long after the 1996 Eurobarometer Survey (EUROBAROMETER 46.1: MODERN BIOTECHNOLOGY, PRIVACY ON COMPUTER NETWORKS, AND THE COMMON EUROPEAN CURRENCY, O...

Measuring Monetary Policy Inertia in Target Fed Funds Rate Changes

Dueker, Michael (2000)
Publisher: ICPSR - Interuniversity Consortium for Political and Social Research
Recent research has grappled with an apparent paradox: Why would a central bank that is focused primarily on inflation control exhibit signs of inertia when making policy adjustments? In this article, the author argues that fully characterizing the policy inertia is a precondition toward resolving the apparent paradox. This research presents empirical estimates of adjustments to the target fed funds rate that take into account two facets of policy inertia: a partial-adjustment mechanism and t...

Legislative Professionalism and Incumbent Reelection: The Development of Institutional Boundaries

Berry, William D.; Berkman, Michael B.; Schneiderman, Stuart B. (2000)
Publisher: ICPSR - Interuniversity Consortium for Political and Social Research
It is well established that legislators from highly professionalized bodies are more likely to win reelection than members of less professionalized legislatures. The authors of this article find that the effect of professionalization on incumbent electoral success is far more pervasive. As the level of professionalism of a legislature increases, members' relationships with the legislature's environment change: the effects of external political and economic forces (such as coattails from highe...

NCEP FNL Operational Model Global Tropospheric Analyses, continuing from July 1999

These NCEP FNL (Final) Operational Global Analysis data are on 1-degree by 1-degree grids prepared operationally every six hours. This product is from the Global Data Assimilation System (GDAS), which continuously collects observational data from the Global Telecommunications System (GTS), and other sources, for many analyses. The FNLs are made with the same model which NCEP uses in the Global Forecast System (GFS), but the FNLs are prepared about an hour or so after the GFS is initialized. T...

Inclusive photoproduction of neutral pions in the photon hemisphere at HERA

DESY-HERA. Measurement of the inclusive cross section for photoproduction of PI0s as a function of PT, rapidity and Feyman X. The data have an average photon-proton centre of mass energy of 208 GeV and photon virtuality below Q**2 = 0.01 GeV**2. Two data samples were used in the analysis. 1) The & apos;minimum bias& apos; sample, collected in 1997 which has an integrated luminosity of 300 nb-1, and. 2) the & apos;SpaCal& apos; sample collected in 1997 which has an integrated luminosity of 4.3...