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Volume 16, Number 1

Articles

International fragmentation and the new economic geography  
Ronald W. Jones, Henryk Kierzkowski

Ricardian comparative advantage with intermediate inputs  
Alan V. Deardorff

Vertical specialization and three facts about U.S. international trade  
Hogan Chen, Matthew Kondratowicz, Kei-Mu Yi

Fragmentation of headquarter services and FDI  
Ronald B. Davies

Do unskilled workers always lose from fragmentation?  
Ingo Geishecker, Holger Görg

Vertical integration and strategic trade policies  
Jaerang Lee, Kar-yiu Wong

Market linkages with fragmented production  
Eric Bond

Fragmentation and services  
Ngo Van Long, Raymond Riezman, Antoine Soubeyran
Volume 16, Number 2

Articles

Computational analysis of the Free Trade Area of the Americas (FTAA)  
Drusilla K. Brown, Kozo Kiyota, Robert M. Stern

Trade and business-cycle synchronization: evidence from Mexican and U.S. manufacturing industries  
Daniel Chiquiar, Manuel Ramos-Francia

Smooth-transition error-correction in exchange rates  
David G. McMillan

Patterns of international fragmentation of production and the relative demand for labor  
Rodolfo Helg, Lucia Tajoli

International outsourcing and productivity: evidence from the Irish electronics industry  
Holger Görg, Aoife Hanley
Volume 16, Number 3

Articles

Real-time data and monetary policy  
Heinz Herrmann, Athanasios Orphanides, Pierre L. Siklos

How the Bundesbank really conducted monetary policy  
Christina Gerberding, Franz Seitz, Andreas Worms

The relevance of real-time data in estimating reaction functions for the euro area  
Dieter Gerdesmeier, Barbara Roffia

Real-time estimation of the output gap in Japan and its usefulness for inflation forecasting and policymaking  
Koichiro Kamada

Real-time data for Norway: Challenges for monetary policy  
Tom Bernhardsen, Øyvind Eitrheim, Anne Sofie Jore, Øistein Røisland

GDP data revisions and forward-looking monetary policy in Switzerland  
Peter Kugler, Thomas J. Jordan, Carlos Lenz, Marcel R. Savioz

The reliability of Canadian output-gap estimates  
Jean-Philippe Cayen, Simon van Norden

Estimating equilibrium real interest rates in real time  
Todd E. Clark, Sharon Kozicki

The use of real-time information in Phillips-curve relationships for the euro area  
Maritta Paloviita, David Mayes

Do consumer-confidence indexes help forecast consumer spending in real time?  
Dean Croushore
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