Peter Hooper

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proceedings of the u.s. monetary policy forum 2010 The Initiative on Global Markets the university of chicago booth school of business The massive global movements of capital, products, and talent in the modern economy have fundamentally changed the nature of business in the 21st Century. They have also generated confusion among policymakers and the public.(More)
  • Jane Ihrig, Steven B Kamin, Deborah Lindner, Jaime Marquez, Steve Cecchetti, Joseph Gagnon +10 others
  • 2007
This paper evaluates the hypothesis that globalization has increased the role of international factors and decreased the role of domestic factors in the inflation process in industrial economies. Toward that end, we estimate standard Phillips curve inflation equations for 11 industrial countries and use these estimates to test several predictions of the(More)
in Washington, D.C. We would like to extend a very special thanks to Torsten Slok of Deutsche Bank and Michael Feroli of JPMorganChase who tirelessly worked to ensure that we used the right data, used the right econometric results, and simulated the right models. Without either of them, this report would not exist. In addition, James L. Walsh of Citigroup(More)
was one of three economists on the staff of the Federal Open Market Committee. He has been a member of numerous international groups working on international economic and financial issues, including the Financial Stability Forum's Working Group on Highly Lev-Abstract Halving the US current account deficit as a share of GDP is likely to impose a burden of(More)
for their substantive contributions to our analysis and Richard Cunniff for editorial assistance. The views expressed here are ours alone and do not necessarily reflect those of the institutions with which we are affiliated.ABSTRACT Countries with high debt loads are vulnerable to an adverse feedback loop in which doubts by lenders lead to higher sovereign(More)
Permission is hereby granted to the University of Alberta Library to reproduce single copies of this thesis and to lend or sell such copies for private, scholarly or scientific research purposes only. The author reserves all other publication and other rights in association with the copyright in the thesis, and except as herein before provided, neither the(More)
This report describes the first pathologic and immunohistochemical recognition in Australia of a rabies-like disease in a native mammal, a fruit bat, the black flying fox (Pteropus alecto). A virus with close serologic and genetic relationships to members of the Lyssavirus genus of the family Rhabdoviridae was isolated in mice from the tissue homogenates of(More)
contributed to the studies outlined in this paper. Richard Lawrence, Clinical Superintendent of Medicine, Westmead Hospital, provided valuable discussions on clinical aspects and case presentation. Our investigations were supported by the National Health and Medical Research Council and the Ramaciotti Foundations. Plikaytis B. Enzyme-linked immunosorbent(More)