David Wilcox
David Wilcox
Peterson Institute for International Economics and Bloomberg Economics
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Monetary policy and credit conditions: Evidence from the composition of external finance
AK Kashyap, JC Stein, DW Wilcox
National bureau of economic research, 1992
Does consumer sentiment forecast household spending? If so, why?
CD Carroll, JC Fuhrer, DW Wilcox
The American Economic Review 84 (5), 1397-1408, 1994
The sustainability of government deficits: Implications of the present-value borrowing constraint
DW Wilcox
Journal of Money, credit and Banking 21 (3), 291-306, 1989
Judging instrument relevance in instrumental variables estimation
AR Hall, GD Rudebusch, DW Wilcox
International economic review, 283-298, 1996
Mismeasurement in the consumer price index: An evaluation
MD Shapiro, DW Wilcox
NBER macroeconomics annual 11, 93-142, 1996
The opportunistic approach to disinflation
A Orphanides, DW Wilcox
International finance 5 (1), 47-71, 2002
Discounting state and local pension liabilities
JR Brown, DW Wilcox
American Economic Review 99 (2), 538-542, 2009
Social security benefits, consumption expenditure, and the life cycle hypothesis
DW Wilcox
Journal of Political Economy 97 (2), 288-304, 1989
Aggregate supply in the United States: recent developments and implications for the conduct of monetary policy
D Reifschneider, W Wascher, D Wilcox
IMF Economic Review 63 (1), 71-109, 2015
The construction of US consumption data: some facts and their implications for empirical work
DW Wilcox
The American economic review, 922-941, 1992
Monetary policy and credit conditions: Evidence from the composition of external finance: Reply
AK Kashyap, JC Stein, DW Wilcox
The American Economic Review 86 (1), 310-314, 1996
Alternative strategies for aggregating prices in the CPI
MD Shapiro, DW Wilcox
National Bureau of Economic Research, 1997
Econometric models and the monetary policy process
DL Reifschneider, DJ Stockton, DW Wilcox
Carnegie-Rochester Conference Series on Public Policy 47, 1-37, 1997
Okun revisited: Who benefits most from a strong economy?
SR Aaronson, MC Daly, WL Wascher, DW Wilcox
Brookings Papers on Economic Activity 2019 (1), 333-404, 2019
A quantitative exploration of the opportunistic approach to disinflation
Y Aksoy, A Orphanides, D Small, V Wieland, D Wilcox
Journal of Monetary Economics 53 (8), 1877-1893, 2006
Employee decisions with respect to 401 (k) plans
A Kusko, J Poterba, D Wilcox
Living with Defined Contribution Pensions: Remaking Responsibility for …, 1998
Employee decisions with respect to 401 (k) plans: Evidence from individual-level data
A Kusko, J Poterba, DW Wilcox
National Bureau of Economic Research, 1994
The unequal distribution of economic education: A report on the race, ethnicity, and gender of economics majors at US colleges and universities
A Bayer, DW Wilcox
The Journal of Economic Education 50 (3), 299-320, 2019
Production and Inventory Control at the General Motors Corporation During the 1920's and 1930's
AK Kashyap, DW Wilcox
The American Economic Review, 383-401, 1993
Measuring the value of cataract surgery
I Shapiro, MD Shapiro, D Wilcox
Medical care output and productivity, 411-438, 2001
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