Christopher J. Neely

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Education

Ph.D. Economics
University of Iowa
1993

B.S.F.S.
International Economics
Georgetown University
Washington, DC
1988

Contact Info

Phone: (314) 444-8568
Fax: (314) 444-8731
Email: neely@stls.frb.org

Research Division
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
P.O. Box 442
St. Louis, MO 63166-0442

For media inquiries contact:
Adam Allington
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Office: (314) 444-8783
Cell: (314) 313-3783

Christopher J. Neely

Working Papers

"Which continuous-time model is most appropriate for exchange rates?"
with Deniz Erdemlioglu and Sébastien Laurent
Working Paper 2013-024B, posted August 2013, updated May 2014.

"How Persistent are Monetary Policy Effects at the Zero Lower Bound?"
Working Paper 2014-004A, posted February 2014.

"Unconventional Monetary Policy Had Large International Effects"
Working Paper 2010-018E, posted July 2010, updated August 2013.

"Common Fluctuations in OECD Budget Balances"
with David E. Rapach
Working Paper 2009-055A, posted October 2009.

"The Dynamic Interaction of Trading Flows, Macroeconomic Announcements and the CAD/USD Exchange Rate: Evidence from Disaggregated Data"
with Nikola Gradojevic
Working Paper 2008-006C, posted February 2008, updated August 2009.

"Identifying the Effects of U.S. Intervention on the Levels of Exchange Rates"
Working Paper 2005-031C, posted May 2005, updated May 2006.

"The Case for Foreign Exchange Intervention: The Government as an Active Reserve Manager"
Working Paper 2004-031B, posted November 2004, updated July 2005.

"Implied Volatility from Options on Gold Futures: Do Econometric Forecasts Add Value or Simply Paint the Lilly?"
Working Paper 2003-018C, posted July 2003, updated June 2004.

"Testing Asset Pricing Models with Euler Equations: It's Far Worse Than You Think. Original version, 94-010A"
Working Paper 1995-018A, posted September 1995.

"A Reconsideration of the Properties of the Generalized Method of Moments in Asset Pricing Models"
Working Paper 1994-010A, posted April 1994.


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