John H. Makin
(Deceased since 20150330)
Names
first:  John 
middle:  H. 
last:  Makin 
Research profile
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Inflation Uncertainty and Interest Rates: Theory and Empirical Tests
by Richard Hartman & John H. Makin 
On the success of the reserve currency system in the crisis zone
by Makin, John H. 
More on the dollar
by John H. Makin 
International Finance: Discussion.
by Makin, J. H. 
International Capital Flows under Full Monetary Equilibrium: An Empirical Analysis
by John H. Makin 
Money Surprises and ShortTerm Interest Rates: Reconciling ContradictoryFindings
by John H. Makin 
The Level and Volatility of Interest Rates in the United States: The Roles of Expected Inflation, Real Rates, and Taxes
by John H. Makin & Vito Tanzi 
Inflation Uncertainty and the Phillips Curve: Some Empirical Evidence.
by Levi, Maurice D. & Makin, John H. 
Identifying a Reserve Base for the EuroDollar System.
by Makin, John H. 
Comment on: "Federal Reserve Policy, Interest Rate Volatility, and the U.S. Capital Raising Mechanism" [and] "The Effects of Alternative Monetary Control Procedures on Exchange Rates and Output".
by Makin, John H. 
Real Interest, Money Surprises, Anticipated Inflation and Fiscal Deficits.
by Makin, John H. 
Where do we go from here: panel discussion on monetary targeting and velocity
by Robert W. Clower & John P. Judd & John H. Makin & Frank E. Morris 
Flexible exchange rates, multinational corporations, and accounting standards
by John H. Makin 
Real Interest, Money Surprises and Anticipated Inflation
by John H. Makin 
Portfolio Theory and the Problem of Foreign Exchange Risk.
by Makin, John H. 
The Composition of International Reserve Holdings: A Problem of Choice Involving Risk.
by Makin, John H. 
Saving, Pension Contributions, and the Real Interest Rate.
by Makin, John H. & Couch, Kenneth A. 
Portfolio Theory and the Problem of Foreign Exchange Risk: Reply.
by Makin, John H. 
Reserve Policies of Central Banks: Comment.
by Makin, John H. 
The Problem of Coexistence of SDRs and a Reserve Currency.
by Makin, John H. 
Anticipated Inflation and Interest Rates: Further Interpretation of Findings on the Fisher Equation.
by Levi, Maurice D. & Makin, John H. 
Anticipated Inflation and Interest Rates in an Open Economy.
by Makin, John H. 
Anticipated Money, Inflation Uncertainty, and Real Economic Activity
by John H. Makin 
A Solution to the Inverse Problem of Optimal Control: A Note.
by Niho, Yoshio & Makin, John H. 
Anticipated inflation and interest rates: further interpretation of findings on the Fisher equation
by Maurice D. Levi & John H. Makin 
Anticipated money growth and employment growth in the United States
by John H. Makin 
Anticipated Money, Inflation Uncertainty and Real Economic Activity.
by Makin, John H. 
A Fiscal Framework for Analysis of Interest Rate Behavior in Open Economies
by John H. Makin 
Fisher, Phillips, Friedman and the Measured Impact of Inflation on Interest.
by Levi, Maurice D. & Makin, John H. 
Fisher, Phillips, Friedman and the Measured Impact of Inflation on Interest: A Reply.
by Levi, Maurice D. & Makin, John H. 
Exchange Rate Determination with Changes in the Policy Regime: The YenDollar Rate.
by Makin, John H. & Sauer, Raymond D. 
Exchange Rates and Taxes
by John H. Makin 
Exchange Rate Behavior under Full Monetary Equilibrium: An Empirical Analysis
by John H. Makin 
Effects of Inflation Control Programs on Expected Real Interest Rates (Effets exercÃ©s par les programmes de lutte contre l'inflation sur les taux d'intÃ©rÃªt rÃ©els prÃ©vus) (Efectos de los programas de control de la inflaciÃ³n en los tipos de interÃ©s reales previstos)
by John H. Makin 
Demand and Supply Functions for Stocks and Eurodollar Deposits: An Empirical Study.
by Makin, John H. 
Exchange Rate Determination with Systematic and Unsystematic Policy Regime Changes: Evidence From the Yen/Dollar Rate
by John H. Makin & Raymond D. Sauer 
Exchange rate flexibility and the demand for international reserves: Reply
by John Makin 
Does China Save and Invest Too Much?
by John H. Makin 
Effects of U.S. monetary stabilization programs on expected real interest rates and real exchange rates: an empirical analysis
by John H. Makin 
Demand and Supply Functions for Stocks of Eurodollar Deposits: Reply.
by Makin, John H. 
Exchange rate flexibility and the demand for international reserves
by John Makin 
Real Tax Reform: Replacing the Income Tax
by John H. Makin 
Balancing Act
by Norman J. Ornstein & John H. Makin & David Zlowe 
Trade Policy and U.S. Competitiveness
by Claude Barfield & John H. Makin 
Exchange Rate Targets: Desirable or Disastrous?
by John H. Makin 
Alternative Solutions to DevelopingCountry Debt Problems
by John H. Makin & Rudiger Dornbusch & David Zlowe 
U.S. Fiscal Policy
by John H. Makin 
Arbitrage and the Forward Gold Premium: Reply
by John H. Makin 
Swaps and Roosa Bonds as an Index of the Cost of Cooperation in the "Crisis Zone"
by John H. Makin 
U.S. Fiscal PolicyÃ¢Â€Â”Its Effects at Home and Abroad
by John H. Makin 
Eurocurrencies and the International Monetary System
by John H. Makin & Dennis E. Logue & Carl H. Stem 
Japan’s Investment in America: Is It a Threat?
by John H. Makin 
Balancing Act: Debt, Deficits, and Taxes
by Norman J. Ornstein & John H. Makin & David Zlowe 
CONSTRAINTS ON FORMULATION OF MODELS FOR MEASURING REVEALED PREFERENCES OF POLICY MAKERS
by John H. Makin