Michael Leidy, “A Postmortem on the Achievement of Federal Fiscal Balance,” United States: Selected Issues, IMF Staff Country Report No. 98/105 (September 1998).
Vivek Arora and Rodolfo Luzio, “Implications of the Reduction in U.S. Treasury Securities for Monetary Policy and Financial Markets,” United States: Selected Issues, IMF Staff Country Report No. 01/149 (August 2001).
Garry Schinasi, Charles Kramer, and Todd Smith, “Financial Implications of the Shrinking Supply of U.S. Treasury Securities,” IMF Working Paper 01/61, 2001.
Vivek Arora and Steven Dunaway, “Investing Government Assets in Private Securities: Policy Options and International Experience,” United States: Selected Issues, IMF Staff Country Report No. 01/149 (August 2001); and Michael Leidy, “Investing Social Security Trust Fund Assets in Private Securities,” IMF Working Paper 97/112, 1997.
Jan Walliser, “Would Saving U.S. Social Security Raise National Saving?” IMF Policy Discussion Papers 99/7, 1999; Laurence Kotlikoff, Kent Smetters, and Jan Walliser, “Privatizing Social Security in the U.S.: Comparing the Options,” Review of Economic Dynamics, Vol. 2, No. 3, 1999; Michael Leidy and Stephen Tokarick, “Fixing Social Security,” United States: Selected Issues, IMF Staff Country Report No. 99/101 (September1999); and David Altig, Alan Auerbach, Laurence Kotlikoff, Kent Smetters, and Jan Walliser, “Simulating Fundamental Tax Reform in the United States,” American Economic Review, Vol. 91, No. 3, 2001.
Victor Valdivia, “The Insurance Role of Social Security,” IMF Working Paper 97/113, 1997.
Martin Cerisola and Jorge Chan-Lau, “Tales from Two Neighbors: Productivity Growth in Canada and the United States,” IMF Working Paper 00/169, 2000; Martin Cerisola and Gustavo Ramirez, “U.S. Equity Prices and the Technology Boom,” United States: Selected Issues, IMF Staff Country Reports No. 00/112 (August 2000); Jorge Chan-Lau and Stephen Tokarick, “Why Has Inflation in the United States Remained So Low?” IMF Working Paper 99/149, 1999; and Vincent Hogan, “Explaining the Recent Behavior of Inflation and Unemployment in the United States,” IMF Working Paper 98/145, 1998.
Paula De Masi, “Does the Pickup in Productivity Growth Mean That There is a New Economy?” United States: Selected Issues, IMF Staff Country Report No. 00/112 (August 2000).
Martin Cerisola and Paula De Masi, “Determinants of the U.S. Personal Saving Rate,” United States: Selected Issues, IMF Staff Country Report No. 99/101 (September 1999).
Michael Mussa, “The Relationship Between the Euro and the Dollar,” Journal of Policy Modeling, Vol. 22, No. 3 (May 2000); and Enrique Alberola, Susana Cervero, Humberto Lopez, and Angel Ubide, “Global Equilibrium Exchange Rates: Euro, Dollar, ‘Ins,’ ‘Outs,’ and Other Major Currencies in a Panel Cointegration Framework,” IMF Working Paper 99/175, 1999.
Maurice Obstfeld and Kenneth Rogoff, “Perspectives on OECD Economic Integration: Implications for U.S. Current Account Adjustment,” in Global Economic Integration: Opportunities and Challenges, a symposium sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, August 24–26, 2000;.
Vivek Arora, Steven Dunaway, and Hamid Faruqee, “Sustainability of the U.S. External Current Account Deficit,” United States: Selected Issues, IMF Staff Country Reports No. 01/149 (August 2001).
Magda Kandil and Aghdas Mirzaie, “Exchange Rate Fluctuations and Disaggregate Economic Activity in the United States: Theory and Evidence,” forthcoming in Journal of International Money and Finance; Vivek Arora and Athanasios Vamvakidis, “The Impact of U.S. Economic Growth on the Rest of the World: How Much Does it Matter?” IMF Working Paper 01/119, 2001; and Zenon Kontolemis, “Analysis of the U.S. Business Cycle with a Vector-Markov-Switching Model,” IMF Working Paper 99/107, 1999.
Marcello Estevao and Saul Lach, “The Evolution of the Demand for Temporary Help,” in Nonstandard Work, ed. by Francoise Carre, Marianne Ferber, Lonnie Golden, and Stephen Herzenberg (Champaign, IL: Industrial Relations Research Association, forthcoming); Gordon Hanson, Raymond Robertson, and Antonio Spilimbergo, “Does Border Enforcement Protect US Workers from Illegal Immigration?” forthcoming in Review of Economics and Statistics; Dalia Hakura, “The Impact of Trade Prices on Employment and Wages in the United States,” IMF Working Paper 97/116, 1997; and Eswar Prasad and Alun Thomas, “Labor Market Adjustment in Canada and the United States,” Canadian Public Policy, Vol. 24 (February), 1998.
Salim Darbar, and Partha Deb, “Linkages Among Asset Markets in the United States,” IMF Working Paper 99/158, 1999.
Seyitali Erbas and Chera Sayers, “Is the United States CPI Biased Across Income and Age Groups?” IMF Working Paper 98/136, 1998.