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Thomas Mayer

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Specialization:

Monetary Economics, Macroeconomics

Working Papers:

2009

  • Honesty And Integrity In Economics (09-2)

2006

  • The Empirical Significance Of Econometric Models (06-20)

2004

  • The Influence Of Friedman's Methodological Essay (04-1)

2003

  • The Monetarist Policy Debate: An Informal Survey (03-9)
  • The Effect Of Changes In Reserve Requirements During The 1930s: (03-10)

2002

  • Income Smoothing And Self Control: The Case Of Schoolteachers (02-8)
  • Do Changes In Asset Prices Denote Changes In Wealth (02-3)
  • The Macroeconomic Loss Function: A Critical Note (02-2)

2001

  • Misinterpreting A Failure To Disconfirm As A Confirmation: A Recurrent Misreading Of Significance Tests (01-8)
  • A Frequent Misuse Of Significance Tests (01-5)

2000

  • Improving Communication In Economics: A Task For Methodologists (00-6)
  • The Role Of Ideology In Disagreements Among Economists A Quantitative Analisis: (00-1)

1999

  • Some Practical Aspects Of Pluralism (99-5)
  • Using Government Documents To Assess The Influence Of Academic Research On Macroeconomic Policy (99-4)

1998

  • The Domain Of Theories And Tests By The Realism Of Assumptions (98-11)

1997

  • Boettke's Austrian Critique Of Mainstream Economics: An Empiricist's Response (97-31)
  • Data Mining: A Reconsideration (97-15)
  • The Rhetoric Of Friedman's Quantity Theory Manifesto (97-1)

1996

  • Monetarists And Keynesians On Central Banking: A Study Of A Failed Debate (96-6)
  • What Remains Of The Monetarist Counter Revolution? (96-4)
  • Why Was The Fed So Inflationary In The 1960s And 1970s? (96-10)

1995