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In 1994 the Institute launched a series of working papers. The series is intended to convey the preliminary results of our ongoing research. The research described in these papers is preliminary and has not gone through the usual review process for Institute publications. The views expressed in these papers are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the individual members of the Institute's Board or Advisory Committee. We welcome feedback from readers and encourage you to convey your comments and criticisms directly to the authors.

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2003
 

03-10: The Difficulty of Discerning What's Too Tight: Taylor Rules and Japanese Monetary Policy [pdf]
by Kenneth N. Kuttner, Oberlin College
and Adam S. Posen, Peterson Institute for International Economics
December 2003

03-9: It Takes More than a Bubble to Become Japan [pdf]
by Adam S. Posen, Peterson Institute for International Economics
October 2003

03-8: Religion, Culture, and Economic Performance [pdf]
by Marcus Noland, Peterson Institute for International Economics
September 2003

03-7: Labor Standards and the Free Trade Area of the Americas [pdf]
by Kimberly Ann Elliott, Peterson Institute for International Economics
August 2003

03-6: Empirical Investigations of Inflation Targeting [pdf]
by Yifan Hu, Peterson Institute for International Economics
July 2003

03-5: Famine and Reform in North Korea [pdf]
by Marcus Noland, Peterson Institute for International Economics
June 2003

03-4: Falling Trade Costs, Heterogeneous Firms, and Industry Dynamics [pdf]
by Andrew B. Bernard, Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth and NBER
and J. Bradford Jensen, Peterson Institute for International Economics
and Peter K. Schott, Yale School of Management and NBER
May 2003

03-3: Survival of the Best Fit: Exposure to Low-Wage Countries and the (Uneven) Growth of US Manufacturing Plants [pdf]
by Andrew B. Bernard, Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth and NBER
and J. Bradford Jensen, Peterson Institute for International Economics
and Peter K. Schott, Yale School of Management and NBER
May 2003

03-2: Is Germany Turning Japanese? [pdf]
by Adam S. Posen, Peterson Institute for International Economics
March 2003

03-1: Debt Sustainability, Brazil, and the IMF [pdf]
by Morris Goldstein, Peterson Institute for International Economics
February 2003