EMPIRICAL-MODEL PARTICULARITIES AND BELIEF IN THE NATURAL RATE HYPOTHESIS
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Publication InfoKim, J; De Marchi, N; & Morgan, MS (1995). EMPIRICAL-MODEL PARTICULARITIES AND BELIEF IN THE NATURAL RATE HYPOTHESIS. JOURNAL OF ECONOMETRICS, 67(1). pp. 81-102. 10.1016/0304-4076(94)01628-D. Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/1909.
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Professor Emeritus of Economics
De Marchi specializes in both teaching and research that pertains to the history of economic ideas and the history of markets, and also the functioning of markets with a specific focus on art markets. He recently received a generous grant from the Luce Foundation for an economics/art history collaboration that he shared with Goodwin, Van Miegroet, and Wharton. This research explores the political economy of spaces, creates arguments for the arts, and maps European markets for paintings from the