Anderson-Moore Algorithm (AMA)
The Anderson-Moore Algorithm is a fast and reliable method for solving linear saddle point models. It's the fastest available method for solving large problems. The algorithm has proven useful in a wide array of applications, including analyzing linear perfect-foresight models and providing initial solutions and asymptotic constraints for nonlinear models. The technique works well both for symbolic and numerical computation.
Links to research publications & data analysis
Occasional Staff Studies
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Review of Foreign Developments
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The staff members of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System and of the Federal Reserve Banks undertake studies that cover a wide range of economic and financial subjects. From time to time the studies that are of general interest are published in the Staff Studies series and summarized in the Federal Reserve Bulletin. The analyses and conclusions set forth are those of the authors and do not necessarily indicate concurrence by the Board of Governors, by the Federal Reserve Banks, or by members of their staffs.
Fed in Print
A comprehensive index to Federal Reserve System economic research publications, searchable by author, title/subject keywords, publication date, and Bank. From the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco.
Federal Reserve Archival System for Economic Research
The Federal Reserve Archival System for Economic Research provides economic information and data, including historical economic statistical publications, releases, and documents, to researchers interested in the U.S. economy.
International Journal of Central Banking
The International Journal of Central Banking (IJCB) is an initiative of the central banking community. Published quarterly, the journal features articles on central bank theory and practice, with a special emphasis on research relating to monetary and financial stability.