- “Are Technology Improvements Contractionary,” by Susanto Basu, John Fernald and Miles Kimball
- “The Investment Collapse Model,” appendix for a paper by Rudi Bachmann, Robert Barsky and Miles Kimball
- “The Quantitative Analytics of the Basic Neomonetarist Model”
- ‘Investment Planning Costs and the Effects of Fiscal and Monetary Policy’ by Susanto Basu and Miles Kimball
- Slides for 'Investment Planning Costs and the Effects of Fiscal and Monetary Policy’ by Susanto Basu and Miles Kimball
- “Reasonable Parameter Values Make the Basic RBC Model Act Like the Solow Growth Model
- "Q-Theory and Real Business Cycle Analytics”
- “Sticky Price Models and Durable Goods” by Robert Barsky, Chris House and Miles Kimball
- Student Notes from Winter 2013
- Student Notes from Fall 2009
- Investment in Business Cycles (Powerpoint)
- Miles’s Business Cycle Analytics Textbook Draft
- List of topics from Past 611 and 612 classes (too many to cover all of them in half a semester)
- Notes from Miles’s Advanced Undergraduate Real Business Cycle Theory Class (Economics 490)
- Notes from Miles’s Advanced Undergraduate Business Cycle Class (Focusing on Dynamic Sticky Price Models) A
- Notes from Miles’s Advanced Undergraduate Business Cycle Class (Focusing on Dynamic Sticky Price Models) B
- Winter 2013 Half-Semester Exam
- Winter 2014 Half-Semester Exam
I will be out of town on February 11: no class that day.
TO MAKE UP FOR LOST TIME FROM MY BEING GONE ON FEBRUARY 11 AND THE SNOW DAY, WE AGREED TO ADD 1.5 HOURS TO THE CLASSES ON FEBRUARY 18, AND FEBRUARY 25.
Note: Please fill out evaluations online between February 17 and February 24.