New England Economic Review

New England Economic Review is a magazine specializing in Economic topics.

Articles from January-February

Inflation-Indexed Bonds: The Dog That Didn't Bark
The introduction by the U.S. Treasury of inflation-indexed notes was one of the most widely publicized innovations in the U.S. capital markets in recent years. Since their introduction in January 1997, $57 billion in 5-, 10-, and 30-year Treasury Inflation-Protected...
Is Inflation Dead?
In the past few years the United States has enjoyed the unique economic duet of very low unemployment and declining price inflation. For decades, we have come to associate tight labor markets with accelerating wages and prices. But in 1997, the unemployment...
Japanese Banking Problems: Implications for Lending in the United States
Japanese banking problems have received substantial attention worldwide. Critics of Japanese policymakers have argued that problems at Japanese banks threaten the Japanese economic recovery. They also point out that because Japanese banks have been...