I wrote a brief pedagogical note on the logistic growth. Some observers use this class of model to analyze the new daily infections since they pass through a peak, a maximum before a decline.
In this working paper, Sy-Hoa Ho and I investigate the possible existence of asymmetric effects of exchange rates on money demand in Vietnam.
I found in the new Econ 101 textbook by John Komlos a footnote where the Phillips curve was attributed to Irving Fisher in an article of 1926. This instantaneously reminds me of the second episode of Doc and Marty’s adventure…
As the US unemployment rate continues to drift down to levels not seen in decades, many observers point to relatively low wage and price inflation as evidence that the Phillips curve is dead.