ERI Discussion Paper

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ERI Discussion Paper No.91-No.94
No.94 A structural VAR analysis of the monetary policy in Japan
Tsuyoshi Mihira et al. July, 2000
No.93 The endogenous economic growth under the declining population growth:
Akira Sadahiro et al. May, 2000
No.92 A prototype of macro-econometric models for analyzing Asian crises
Kanami Ban et al. March, 2000
No.91 A model of international capital flows
Hiroshi Shibuya November, 1999
ERI Discussion Paper No.81-No.89
No.89 Development of Japanese AGE model for analysis of regulatory reform
Kanemi Ban et al. October, 1999
No.88 Updating study on the impact of trade liberalization in APEC
Kanemi Ban et al. September, 1999
No.86 Sterilization and the capital inflow problem in East Asia 1987-97
Shinji Takagi et al. August, 1999
No.83 Middle - to long - term challenges and future outlook for the Japanese economy
Akira Sadahiro June, 1999
No.82 Protection data calculation for quantitative analysis of MAPA
Shinji Yoshioka et al. February, 1998
No.81 Diagnostic analysis of CGE modeling; The property of APEC trade liberalization model
Kanemi Ban et al. November, 1997
ERI Discussion Paper No.71-No.80
No.80 Income distribution and poverty in Japan
Fumihira Nishizaki et al. October, 1997
No.79 Labor demand by age and gender in manufacturing industries: Evidence from using microdata of labor and production in Japan
Hitoshi Hayami et al. September, 1997
No.78 Macroeconomic and fiscal impacts of Japan's aging population with a specific reference to pension reforms
Naohiro Yashiro et al. September, 1997
No.77 Labor demand by age and gender in commercial industries: Evidence from using microdata of labor and production in Japan
Hitoshi Hayami et al. May, 1997
No.76 Recent developments in Japan's financial sector -Bad loans and financial deregulation-
Mitsuru Taniuchi May, 1997
Impacts of an increasing social security burdens on macroeconomic activities and employment
Naohiro Yashiro et al. May, 1997
No.74 Measuring the effects of regulatory reform in Japan: A review Appendix: Markup estimates for non-manufacturing sectors in Japan
Seiji Shimpo et al. March, 1997
Economic impact of changes in China to the world economy
Kenichi Kawasaki et al. March, 1997
No.72 Macroeconomic performance of Scandinavian model
Kenichi Kawasaki March, 1997
No.71 On aging and employment in Japan: Age, tenure, and loss of human capital
Masahiro Abe et al. March, 1997
ERI Discussion Paper No.61-No.70
No.70 The impact of mandatory retirement and the public pension system on human capital loss
Atsushi Seike et al. March, 1997
No.69 Foreign resources and economic development: Experience and contemporary Vietnam
Tran Van Thu October, 1996
No.68 Short-run and long-run policies of the Vietnamese economy
Noriki Hirose October, 1996
No.67 Wages and international competitiveness of Vietnam
Osamu Nariai October, 1996
No.66 Real and financial linkage in Pacific-Asia
Toshie Ikenaga October, 1996
No.65 Japan's extended business downturn: How did it happen? Analyses by EPA world economic model simulation
Kenichi Kawasaki et al. July, 1996
No.64 Development of the ERI compact model
Kenichi Kawasaki et al. April, 1996
No.63 The high Japanese saving ratio: Will it really decline rapidly?
Kenichi Kawasaki January, 1996
No.62 International comparison of privatization and deregulation: The case of Japan
Tsuruhiko Nambu et al. August, 1995
No.61 International comparison of privatization and deregulation: The case in the United States
Robert Harris et al. August, 1995
ERI Discussion Paper No.51-No.60
No.60 International comparison of privatization and deregulation the case in the United Kingdom
Martin CAVE et al. August, 1995
No.59 Borrowing constraints and role of land asset in Japanese corporate investment decision
Kazuo Ogawa et al. April, 1994
No.58 Asset market and business fluctuations in Japan
Kazuo Ogawa et al. December, 1993
No.57 The conditional convergence in East Asian counties: The role of exports for economic growth
Shin-ichi Fukuda et al. October, 1993
No.56 The past and future patterns of investment and saving in Japan
Shoichi Kojima October, 1993
No.55 Education and growth
Dale W. Jorgenson et al. May, 1993
No.54 EPA European model -Structure and simulation properties-
No.53 The long-run demand for money, Canada savings bonds and treasury bills in Canada
Kim McPhail May, 1991
No.52 Monetary policy and the real economy -Preliminary-
Hiroshi Yoshikawa March, 1991
No.51 The determination of investment income in a world model: A linked approach
Richard Herd November, 1990
ERI Discussion Paper No.41-No.50
No.50 A revised version of the EPA model of Australia
Christopher W. Murphy August, 1990
No.49 Recent economic developments and future trends in Thailand
Chawtip Smithinant March, 1990
No.48 Cointegration and error correction models of nominal interest rates:
The cases of Korea, USA and Japan from 1975 to 1988

Woon Gyu Choi March, 1990
No.47 Economic development and structural change under the planning system In Thailand
Lamduan Pawakaranond March, 1990
No.46 Regime-consistent expectations and multi-country models
Ulrich Stiehler October, 1989
No.45 Perspectives on the high price of Japanese land
Peter Boone June, 1989
No.44 Capital costs of housing investment and tax policy in Japan
Kazumasa Iwata et al. December, 1988
No.43 EPA world economic model A check-up French model
Jean F. Loue February, 1987
No.41 Exchange rate adjustment and macroeconomic policy coordination -Based on a simulation by the third version of the Economic Planning Agency world economic model-
EPA Model Group Drafted by Naohiro Yashiro February, 1987
ERI Discussion Paper No.31-No.40
No.40 Strategies for modeling exchange rates and capital flows in multi-country macroeconomic models
Paul R. Masson December, 1986
No.39 Consistent modeling of exchange rates:
Some suggestions for revising exchange-rate determination in the EPA world economic model

G.H.holstham December, 1986
No.38 The NAIRU concept and some empirical application to the three major economies
Ulrich Stiehler March, 1986
No.37 The EPA world economic model: An overview
World Economic Model Group February, 1986
No.36 The rational median forecast hypothesis and its applications to linear and nonlinear models
Takeaki Kariya May, 1985
No.35 Government research and development subsidies in the American economy?
MERTON J. PECK April, 1985
No.34 The financial sector, financial sector linkage and multiplier properties of the economic model
of the Australian economy

M.W.Butlin April, 1985
No.33 An investigation of alternative equations for the U.S. sector of the EPA world model
and a method of integrating the oil market into the EPA world model

William L. HELKIE December, 1984
No.32 Unstable velocity and the monetary approach to exchange rate determination:
The Canadian-U.S. dollar exchange rate

Stephen S. Poloz December, 1984
No.31 A simple aggregated model of the UK financial system
I.D. SAVILLE April, 1984
ERI Discussion Paper No.21-No.30
No.30 Recent developments of financial system in Korea
Dukhoon Lee et al. April, 1984
No.29 A model of the Canadian financial and capital account sectors
Jon Cockerline March, 1984
No.28 The impact of the U.S. policy-mix on U.S.-Japan economies -Simulation analysis using the U.S.-Japan link model-
World Economic Model Group December, 1983
No.27 Statistical inquiry into an equilibrium demand-supply model
Kurotake Arai et al. August, 1983
No.26 A model of the U.S. monetary sector
Flint Brayton May, 1983
No.25 Analysis and forecasting with a small-scale econometric model of the Australian economy
I Specification and estimation

D.W.Challen March, 1983
No.24 The EPA econometric model of the Australian economy:
Comments and suggested modifications

H.N.Johnston March, 1982
No.23 Exchange rate determination in the EMS: An econometric model
Akihiro Amano et al. March, 1983
No.22 Structure and application of the EPA world economic model
Akihiro Amano et al. August, 1981
No.21 Dynamic structuralism: An application for politico-economic analysis
Office of Systems Analysis March, 1979
ERI Discussion Paper No.11-No.20
No.20 A monetarist model for the Japanese economy
S.Shimpo et al. March, 1978
No.19 Econometric model for short-term prediction
K.Bada and others March, 1978
No.18 EPA pilot model
K.Bada and others, July, 1976
No.17 An econometric model of theThe Japanese balance of payments sector
Akihiro Amano October, 1972
No.16 Public finance model
Hiroshi Ichikawa et al. January, 1972
No.15 The analysis of errors in an econometric model
Yoshihiro Kogane et al. June, 1971
No.14 Key factors in Japan's long-term economic growth
Miyohei Shinohara May, 1971
No.13 International capital movements: Theory and estimation
Akihiro Amano March, 1971
No.12 Cost-effectiveness/cost-benefit analysis in Japan: Current experiences
Tadao Miyakawa March, 1971
No.11 What accounts for Japan's high rate of growth
Hisao Kanamori June, 1971
ERI Discussion Paper No.01-No.10
No.10 Change of time discount rate and stability optimal growth path
Jinkichi Tsukui et al. December, 1970
No.09 The inter-relation of the markets price change
Hiroshi Niida June, 1970
No.08 A two-sector growth model of the Japanese economy
Hiroya Ueno January, 1970
No.07 Concentration under rapid economic growth: Japanese manufacturing.1956 to 1962
Shunsaku Nishikawa November, 1969
No.06 A theory of the consumption and saving functions
Hirofumi Uzawa October, 1969
No.05 Capital planning and capacity projection in Japan
S. Shishido et al. June, 1969
No.03 An econometric model for development of Peru
Hiroya Ueno May, 1969
No.02 A note on tentative estimation of quarterly GNP and its components
Quick Estimation (Q.E.) Method May, 1969
No.01 Time lag and relative stability in dynamic Leontief model
K. Tokoyama et al. May, 1969