2004

Picture of o Working PaperThe Working Paper Series presents research reports on matters in the sphere of activities of the Riksbank that are considered to be of interest to a wider public. The papers are to be regarded as reports on ongoing studies and the authors will be pleased to receive comments.


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No. 176. Firm-Specific Capital, Nominal Rigidities and the Business Cycle
No. 175. The Multivariate Split Normal Distribution and Asymmetric Principal Components Analysis
No. 174. State Dependent Pricing and Exchange Rate Pass-Through
No. 173. Excess Sensitivity and Volatility of Long Interest Rates: The Role of Limited Information in Bond Markets
No. 172. Do Prices Reflect Costs? A study of the price- and cost structure of retail payment services in the Swedish banking sector 2002
No. 170. The Welfare Cost of Imperfect Competition and Distortionary Taxation
No. 171. A Bayesian Approach to Modelling Graphical Vector Autoregressions
No 169. How Useful are Simple Rules for Monetary Policy? The Swedish Experience
No 168. Is Firm Interdependence within Industries Important for Portfolio Credit Risk?
No. 167. Monetary Policy in an Estimated Open-Economy Model with Imperfect Pass-Through
No. 166. Populism
No 165. Multiple-Bank Lending: Diversification and Free-Riding in Monitoring
No 164. Bubbles and crashes in a behavioural finance model
No. 163. Exchange Rate Puzzles: A Tale of Switching Attractors
No. 162. Credit Risk versus Capital Requirements under Basel II: Are SME Loans and Retail Credit Really Different?
No. 161. The Effects of Permanent Technology Shocks on Labor Productivity and Hours in the RBC model
No. 160. Why Are Long Rates Sensitive to Monetary Policy
No. 159. Do Higher Wages Cause Inflation?