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Rogoff, Kenneth S.

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Works: 200 works in 892 publications in 1 language and 15,318 library holdings
Genres: Case studies  Conference proceedings  History  Periodicals  Handbooks, manuals, etc 
Roles: Editor, Creator, Honoree, Author of introduction
Classifications: HB172.5, 339.05
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Publications about Kenneth S Rogoff
Publications by Kenneth S Rogoff
Most widely held works about Kenneth S Rogoff
 
Most widely held works by Kenneth S Rogoff
This time is different : eight centuries of financial folly by Carmen M Reinhart( Book )
28 editions published between 2009 and 2011 in English and held by 2,326 libraries worldwide
An empirical investigation of financial crises during the last 800 years
Foundations of international macroeconomics by Maurice Obstfeld( file )
38 editions published between 1996 and 2009 in English and held by 1,419 libraries worldwide
Topic covered includes intertemporal consumption and investment theory, government spending and budget deficits, finance theory and asset pricing, the implications of (and problems inherent in) international capital market integration, growth, inflation and seignorage, policy credibility, real and nominal exchange rate determination, and many interesting special topics such as speculative attacks, target exchange rate zones, and parallels between immigration and capital mobility. Most main results are derived for both the small country and world economy cases. The first seven chapters cover models of the real economy, while the final three chapters incorporate the economy's monetary side, including an innovative approach to bridging the usual chasm between real and monetary models
A decade of debt by Carmen M Reinhart( file )
18 editions published in 2011 in English and held by 1,109 libraries worldwide
This book presents evidence that public debts in the advanced economies have surged in recent years to levels not recorded since the end of World War II, surpassing the heights reached during the First World War and the Great Depression. At the same time, private debt levels, particularly those of financial institutions and households, are in uncharted territory and are (in varying degrees) a contingent liability of the public sector in many countries. Historically, high leverage episodes have been associated with slower economic growth and a higher incidence of default or, more generally, restructuring of public and private debts. A more subtle form of debt restructuring in the guise of financial repression (which had its heyday during the tightly regulated Bretton Woods system) also importantly facilitated sharper and more rapid debt reduction than would have otherwise been the case from the late 1940s to the 1970s. It is conjectured here that the pressing needs of governments to reduce debt rollover risks and curb rising interest expenditures in light of the substantial debt overhang (combined with the widespread official aversion to explicit restructuring) are leading to a revival of financial repression, including more directed lending to government by captive domestic audiences (such as pension funds), explicit or implicit caps on interest rates, and tighter regulation on cross-border capital movements
NBER macroeconomics annual 2000 by National Bureau of Economic Research( file )
4 editions published between 2000 and 2001 in English and held by 1,038 libraries worldwide
NBER macroeconomics annual 2003 by National Bureau of Economic Research( file )
4 editions published in 2004 in English and held by 687 libraries worldwide
NBER macroeconomics annual 2006 by Daron Acemoglu( file )
8 editions published in 2007 in English and held by 680 libraries worldwide
This 21st edition of the NBER Macroeconomics Annual treats many questions at the cutting edge of macroeconomics that are central to current policy debates. The first four papers and discussions focus on such current macroeconomic issues as how structural-vector-autoregressions help identify sources of business cycle fluctuations and the evolution of U.S. macroeconomic policies. The last two papers analyze theoretical developments in optimal taxation policy and equilibrium yield curves.Daron Acemoglu is Charles P. Kindleberger Professor of Applied Economics at MIT. Kenneth Rogoff is Thomas D. Cabot Professor of Public Policy and Professor of Economics at Harvard University. Michael Woodford is John Bates Clark Professor of Political Economy at Columbia University. All three are Research Associates of the National Bureau of Economic Research
NBER macroeconomics annual by Mark Gertler( file )
6 editions published in 2006 in English and held by 680 libraries worldwide
NBER macroeconomics annual 2002 by National Bureau of Economic Research( file )
4 editions published in 2003 in English and held by 604 libraries worldwide
NBER macroeconomics annual ( file )
5 editions published in 2002 in English and held by 561 libraries worldwide
Evolution and performance of exchange rate regimes by Kenneth S Rogoff( Book )
17 editions published between 2003 and 2004 in English and held by 379 libraries worldwide
"This study assesses the historical durability and performance of alternative exchange rate regimes, with special focus on developing and emerging market countries. It suggests that the popular bipolar view of exchange rates is neither an accurate description of the past nor a likely scenario for the next decade. While the study confirms that emerging market countries need to consider adopting more flexible exchange rate regimes as they develop economically and institutionally, it also finds that fixed or relatively rigid exchange rate regimes have not performed badly for poorer countries."--Overview
Exchange rate dynamics with sluggish prices under alternative price-adjustment rules by Maurice Obstfeld( Book )
28 editions published between 1983 and 2004 in English and held by 341 libraries worldwide
Until now, thinking on open economy macroeconomics has been largely schizophrenic. When it comes to analyzing exchange rate dynamics, an empirically-minded economist abandons modern current account models which, while theoretically coherent, fail to address the awkward reality of sticky nominal prices. In this paper we develop an analytically tractable two-country model that marries a full account of dynamics to a supply framework based on monopolistic competition and sticky prices. It offers simple and intuitive predictions about exchange rates and current accounts that sometimes differ sharply from those of either modern flexible-price intertemporal models, or traditional sticky-price Keynesian models. The model also leads to a novel perspective on the international welfare spillovers of monetary and fiscal policies
Handbook of international economics by Ronald Winthrop Jones( Book )
25 editions published between 1984 and 2014 in English and held by 255 libraries worldwide
Handbook of International Economics
Can exchange rate predictability be achieved without monetary convergence? evidence from the EMS by Kenneth S Rogoff( file )
5 editions published in 1984 in English and held by 214 libraries worldwide
Productive and counterproductive cooperative monetary policies by Kenneth S Rogoff( file )
5 editions published in 1983 in English and held by 213 libraries worldwide
The out-of-sample failure of empirical exchange rate models sampling error or misspecification? by Richard Meese( file )
5 editions published in 1982 in English and held by 211 libraries worldwide
The optimal degree of commitment to an intermediate monetary target inflation gains versus stabilization costs by Kenneth S Rogoff( file )
5 editions published in 1983 in English and held by 210 libraries worldwide
This time is different eight centuries of financial folly by Carmen M Reinhart( Sound Recording )
9 editions published between 2009 and 2011 in English and held by 190 libraries worldwide
This work examines financial crises of the past and discusses similarities between these events and the current crisis, presenting and comparing historical patterns in bank failures, inflation, debt, currency, housing, employment, and government spending
Elections and macroeconomic policy cycles by Kenneth S Rogoff( file )
12 editions published between 1985 and 1997 in English and held by 160 libraries worldwide
There is an extensive empirical literature on political business cycles, but its theoretical foundations are grounded in pre-rational expectations macroeconomic theory. Here we show that electoral cycles in taxes, government spending and money growth can be modeled as an equilibrium signaling process. The cycleis driven by temporary information asymmetries which can arise if, for example, the government has more current information on its performance in providing for national defense. Incumbents cheat least when their private informationis either extremely favorable or extremely unfavorable. An exogenous increase in the incumbent partyts popularity does not necessarily imply a damped policy cycle
Was it real? the exchange rate-interest differential relation, 1973-1984 by Richard Meese( file )
10 editions published between 1985 and 1989 in English and held by 159 libraries worldwide
The main result of Meese and Rogoff [1983 a, b] is that small structural exchange rate models forecast major dollar exchange rates no better than a naive random walk model. This result obtains even when the model forecasts are based on actual realized values of the explanatory variables. Here we improve our methodology by implementing a new test of out-of-sample fit; the test is valid even for overlapping long-horizon forecasts. We find that the dollar exchange rate models perform somewhat less badly over the recent Reagan regime period than over the episodes studied previously. The methodology is also applied to the mark/yen and mark/pound exchange rates, and to real exchange rates. Finally, we test to see if real exchange rates and real interest differentials can be represented as a cointegrated process. The evidence suggests that there is no single common influence inducing nonstationarity in both real exchange rates and real interest differentials
The law of one price over 700 years by Kenneth Froot( Book )
17 editions published between 1995 and 2001 in English and held by 118 libraries worldwide
This paper examines annual commodity price data from England and Holland over a span of seven centuries. Our data set incorporates transactions prices on 8 commodities: barley, butter, cheese, eggs, oats, peas, silver, wheat as well as pound/shilling nominal exchange rates going back, in some cases, to 1273. We find that the volatility and persistence of deviations from the law of one price have been remarkably stable over time. LOP deviations are highly correlated across commodities (especially at annual horizons) and, for most pairwise comparisons in most centuries, at least as volatile as relative prices across different goods within the same country. Our analysis challenges the conventional view that the modern floating exchange rate experience is exceptional in terms of the behavior of relative (exchange-rate adjusted) prices across countries
 
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Rogoff, K.
Rogoff, Ken 1953-
Rogoff, Kenneth.
Rogoff, Kenneth, 1953-
Rogoff, Kenneth (Kenneth S.)
Rogoff, Kenneth Saul
Rogoff, Kenneth Saul, 1953-
ロゴフ, ケネス・S
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