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Neumann, M.J.M. (1995) : "What Do We Know About How Monetary Policy Affects the Economy?"; Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, Review 77(3), pp. 138-42. 
Neumann, M.J.M. (1995): "Kann internationale Koordination fehlende Selbstdisziplin ersetzen ?" Revue d'Economie Financière, pp. 121-128. 
Neumann, M.J.M. (1995) : "Institutions Do Not Matter ?"; in : S. Eijfinger and H. Huizinga (eds.), Positive Political Economy: Theory and Evidence, Baltimore, forthcoming. 
Weber, A. A., (1995a) : "Monetary Policy in Europe: Towards a European Central Bank and One European Currency"; International Journal of Public Administration 18, Special Issue on Europe 2000: The Future of the European Union, pp. 1513-1562. 
Weber, A. A., (1995b) : "Intervention, International Policy Coordination and the Future of EMU: A German Perspective"; in: Mathiew Canzoneri, William Ethier and Vittorio Grilli (eds.), The New Transatlantic Economy, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, England, forthcoming. 
Weber, A. A., (1995c) : "Exchange Rates and the Effectiveness of Central Bank Intervention: New Evidence from the G-3 and the EMS"; in: E. Girardin (ed.), European Currency Crisis and After, Manchester University Press, Manchester, England, S. 202-235. 
Weber, A. A. (1995d) : "Discussion of B. Eichengreen, A. Rose and C. Wyplosz: Exchange Rate Mayhem: The Antecedents and Aftermath of Speculative Attacks"; Economic Policy 21, pp. 300-307. 
Weidmann, J. and J. Henry (1995a) : "Asymmetry in the European Monetary System Revisited: Some Evidence from the Analysis of Daily Eurorates"; Annales d'Economie et de Statistique 40, pp. 125-160. 
Weidmann, J. and J. Henry (1995b) : "German Unification and Asymmetry in the ERM: A Comment on Gardner and Perraudin"; IMF Staff Papers 42 (5), pp. 894-902. 
Weidmann, J. and J. Henry (1995c) : "An Analysis of Uncovered Interest Rate Parity in a System of three Eurorates"; in: J. Cordier and M. Boutillier (eds.) Macroeconometric Modelling at the Banque de France, Routledge (1996): 150-177 
Wesche, K. (1995): A Striking Result or just a Matter of Misinterpretation? A Comment on 'Inflation Rates and Money Growth during High-Inflations', Kredit und Kapital 2/95, S. 216-220 (with S. Wierum).

Discussion Papers: 

Neumann, M.J.M. (1995a) : Society, Government, and Central-Bank Independence; SFB 303,Universität Bonn, Discussion Paper No. B-324. 
Neumann, M.J.M. (1995b) : A Comparative Study of Seigniorage: Japan and Germany; SFB 303, Universität Bonn, Discussion Paper No. B-324. 
Neumann, M.J.M. (1995) : International Macroeconomic Coordination with Alternative Central Bank Constitutions: Will EMU Come About?; University of Bonn, mimeo, April 1995. 
Neumann, M.J.M. (1995) : Monetary Union in the Absence of Political Union; Yrjö Jahnsson European Integration Lectures No. 6. 
Neumann, M.J.M. and J. von Hagen (1995) : The Strategy of Monetary Targeting: Can the German Experience Provide a Model for the ECB?; SFB 303, Universität Bonn, Discussion Paper No. B-324. 
Weber, A.A. and J. Mélitz (1995) : The Costs/Benefits of a Common Monetary Policy in France and Germany and Possible Lessons for Monetary Union; mimeo. 
Weidmann, J. and J. Henry (1995) The French-German Interest Rate Differential since German Unification: The Impact of the 1992-1993 Crises, European University Institute, EUI Working Paper RSC No. 95/16. 
Wesche, K. and J. Weidmann (1995) : Central Bank Independence and Seigniorage: The Banque de France; University of Bonn, SFB-Discussion Paper No B-307.


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