Discussion papers

Reserve Bank discussion papers present the detailed scholarly research of staff economists and visiting scholars. The papers are published throughout the year, mainly for academic and professional economists.

Unless otherwise stated, views expressed are those of the authors, and do not necessarily represent the views of the Reserve Bank.

Chronology of discussion papers
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DP2010/14
DP2010/06
Sharing a Risky Cake
David Baqaee; Richard Watt
DP2010/02
Internationalised Production in a Small Open Economy
Aur´elien Eyquem; Güneş Kamber
DP2010/02
DP2009/20
DP2009/19
Whatever next? Export market choices of New Zealand firms
Richard Fabling; Arthur Grimes; Lynda Sanderson
DP2009/17
DP2009/15
Measuring Output Gap Uncertainty
Anthony Garratt; James Mitchell; Shaun P. Vahey
DP2009/12
DP2009/11
DP2009/06
Analysing wage and price dynamics in New Zealand
Ashley Dunstan; Troy Matheson; Hamish Pepper
DP2009/01
DP2008/19
The evolution of the Forecasting and Policy System (FPS) at the Reserve Bank of New Zealand
Felix Delbruck; Ashley Dunstan; David Hargreaves; Hamish Pepper; Catherine Sleeman
DP2008/18
Combining forecast densities from VARs with uncertain instabilities
Anne Sofie Jore; James Mitchell; Shaun P. Vahey
DP2008/15
Practical Monetary Policies
Alfred V. Guender; David Gillmore
DP2008/14
DP2008/13
DP2008/10
Incorporating judgement with DSGE models
Jaromír Beneš; Andrew Binning; Kirdan Lees
DP2008/05
DP2008/03
Changes in the transmission mechanism of monetary policy in New Zealand
Aaron Drew; Özer Karagedikli; Rishab Sethi; Christie Smith
DP2008/01
DP2007/15
RBCs and DSGEs - the computational approach to business cycle theory and evidence
Özer Karagedikli; Troy Matheson; Christie Smith; Shaun P. Vahey
DP2007/12
DP2007/09
DP2007/08
The McKenna Rule and UK World War I Finance
James M. Nason; Shaun P. Vahey
DP2007/03
DP2007/02