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Oct 24 2014 Marcelo de C. Griebeler and Ronald Otto Hillbrecht
  Convexity of the central bank's loss function and dependence between monetary instruments
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Jul 08 2014 Jens J. Krüger
  A multivariate evaluation of German output growth and inflation forecasts
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Aug 02 2012 Christian Pierdzioch , Jan C Rülke and Georg Stadtmann
  Forecasting the Dollar/British Pound Exchange Rate: Asymmetric Loss and Forecast Rationality
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Jul 12 2012 Christian R. Proaño
  Should monetary policy take account of national labor market asymmetries in a currency union?
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Apr 15 2011 Keiichi Morimoto
  Inflation inertia and optimal delegation of monetary policy
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Oct 16 2009 Jui-Cheng Hung , Ren-Xi Ni and Matthew C. Chang
  The Information Contents of VIX Index and Range-based Volatility on Volatility Forecasting Performance of S&P 500
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May 06 2009 E Mamatzakis
  Banking Operational Cost in the Balkan Region under a Quadratic Loss Function
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Apr 27 2009 Eurilton Araujo
  Supply-side effects of monetary policy and the central bank's objective function
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Aug 20 2007 Kevin Aretz and David Peel
  Some implications of a quartic loss function
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Nov 29 2005 Osama Sweidan and Fadwa Kalaji
  The central bank cost constraint and output-inflation variability: a note on Cecchetti and Ehrmann 2000
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