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国民经济学博士专业主文献目录表

中文著作

1[]马克思.资本论(第二卷,重点为第三篇).人民出版社.1978

2[]马克思.政治经济学批判导言(重点为第二节).《马克思恩格斯选集》第二卷91-102页.人民出版社.1995

3[]约翰·梅纳德·凯恩斯.就业、利息和货币通论.商务印书馆.1999

4[]弗里德里希·李斯特.政治经济学的国民体系.华夏出版社.2009

5[]斯诺登、霍华德.文.现代宏观经济学:起源、发展和现状.江苏人民出版社.2009

6[]亚诺什·科尔内.短缺经济学.经济科学出版社.1986

7[]理查德·T.费罗恩.宏观经济学理论与政策(9).中国人民大学出版社.2010

8.郑超愚.中国宏观经济分析的理论体系.中国人民大学出版社.2011

9.萧国亮、隋福民.中华人民共和国经济史(1949-2010).北京大学出版社.2011

10.厉以宁.非均衡的中国经济.广东经济出版社.1998

11.黄达.宏观调控与货币供给.中国人民大学出版社.1997

12.王保安.转型经济与财政政策选择.经济科学出版社.2012

13.李晓西.宏观经济学(中国版)修订本.中国人民大学出版社.2003

14.林毅夫.新结构经济学.北京大学出版社.2012

15.龚六堂.动态经济学方法.北京大学出版社.2002

16.蒋中一.数理经济学的基本方法(第3版).纽约:麦格鲁希尔公司.1984

17.[美]斯蒂格利茨.公共部门经济学.中国人民大学出版社.2005

18.高培勇.中国财政经济理论前沿.社科文献出版社.2011

19.陈雨露、马勇.大金融论纲.中国人民大学出版社.2013

20.樊纲.公有制宏观经济理论大纲.上海人民出版社.1999

21.方福前.当代西方经济学主要流派.中国人民大学出版社.2004

22.邹至庄.中国经济转型.中国人民大学出版社.2005

23.《中国经济形势分析与预测》(经济蓝皮书).社科文献出版社.每年两期

24.《中国宏观经济报告》(季度报告).中国人民大学经济学院

中文论文

1.方福前,中国居民消费需求不足原因研究,《中国社会科学》,2009年第2

2.张成思,经济增长、通货膨胀与货币供应:回归货币主义?,《世界经济》,2012年第8

3.刘斌,物价水平的财政决定理论与实证研究,《金融研究》,2009年第8

4.林秀梅、王磊,我国经济增长与失业的非线性关系研究,《数量经济技术经济研究》,2007年第6

5.陆铭、陈钊、万广华,因患寡,而患不均中国的收入差距、投资、教育和增长的相互影响,《经济研究》,2005年第12

6.王少平、欧阳志刚,中国城乡收入差距对实际经济增长的阈值效应,《中国社会科学》,2008年第2

7.尹恒、龚六堂、邹恒甫,收入分配不平等与经济增长:回归到库兹涅茨假说,《经济研究》,2005年第4

8.郭庆旺等,论要素收入分配对居民收入分配的影响,《中国社会科学》,2012年第12

9.郭庆旺,中国要素收入分配的测算,《经济研究》,2012年第10

10.夏春,实际经济时间序列的计算、季节调整及相关经济含义,《经济研究》,2002年第3

11.罗长远、张军,《经济发展中的劳动收入占比:基于中国产业数据的实证研究》,《中国社会科学》2009年第4

12.吴超林,《宏观调控的制度基础与政策边界分析——一个解释中国宏观调控政策效应的理论框架》,《中国社会科学》2001年第4

13.许宪春,《中国国民经济核算体系的建立、改革和发展》,《中国社会科学》2009年第6

14.白重恩、钱震杰,国民收入的要素分配:统计数据背后的故事,《经济研究》,2009年第3

15.白重恩、钱震杰,谁挤占了居民的收入——中国国民收入分配格局分析,《中国社会科学》,2009年第5

16.弗雷德里克·米什金,《标题通货膨胀与核心通货膨胀》,20071020日在加拿大蒙特利尔经济周期、国际传导和宏观经济政策会议上的演讲。转引自《中国金融》,2008年第7

17.王少平等,中国核心通货膨胀率及其动态调整行为,《世界经济》,2009年第11

张成思,中国CPI通货膨胀率子成分动态传导机制研究,《世界经济》,2009年第11

英文文献

1Bernanke,B.S.,Laubach,T.,Mishkin,F.S.,Posen,A.S.,2001,Inflation Targeting:Lessons from the International Experience,Princeton University Press.

2Bernanke, B. S., Gertler, M. 1995, “Inside the Black Box: The Credit Channel of Monetary Policy Transmission”, Journal of Economic Perspectives, 9(4), 27-48.

3Fobes K.,2000, “A Reassessment of the Relationship between Inequality and Growth”, American Economic Review, 4, pp.869–887.

4Galor and Moav,2004, “From Physical to Human Capital Accumulation: Inequality in the Process of Development”, Review of Economic Studies, 71(4), pp.1001-1026.

5Sukiassyan, G., 2007, “Inequality and growth”, Journal of Comparative Economics 35 (1), pp.35-56

6Fatas, A. and I. Mihov,2003, “The Case for Restricting Fiscal Policy Discretion”, Quarterly Journal of Economics, 118(4), pp.1419-47.

7Bas van Aarle and Harry Garretsen,2002,“Keynesian, non-keynesian or no effects of fiscal policy changes?”, The EMU case, Journal of Macroeconomics No.25,213-240.

8Perotti, R.,1999, “Fiscal Policy in Good Times and Bad”, Quarterly Journal of Economics, 114 (4), pp.1399 – 1436.

9Krueger, D. and Perri, F., 2006, "Does Income Inequality Lead to Consumption Inequality? Evidence and Theory", Review of Economic Studies, 73(1), pp.163-193.

10Meng, Xin, 2003, “Unemployment, consumption smoothing, and precautionary saving in urban China,” Journal of Comparative Economics. 31(3), pp.465–485.

11Giles, J. and Yoo, K., 2007, “Precautionary Behavior, Migrant Networks, and Household Consumption Decisions: An Empirical Analysis Using Household Panel Data from Rural China,” Review of Economics and Statistics, 89(3), pp. 534-551.

12Joshua D. Angrist and Jörn-Steffen Pischke, The Credibility Revolution in Empirical Economics: How Better Research Design is Taking the Con out of Econometrics , Journal of Economic Perspectives, Volume 24, Number 2, 2010, pp.3–30

13Joshua D. Angrist and Alan B. Krueger, Instrumental Variables and the Search for Identification: From Supply and Demand to Natural Experiments, Journal of Economic Perspectives, Vol.15, No.4,l 2001, pp.69–85.

14Michael P. Keane, A Structural Perspective on the Experimentalist School, Journal of Economic Perspectives, Vol.24, No.2, 2010, pp.47–58.

15Reinhart, Carmen M., Rogoff, Kenneth S.,2008,“ Is the 2007 U.S. Sub-Prime Financial Crisis so Different? An International Historical Comparison”, American Economic Review,98(2):339-344.

16Acemoglu, D., Johnson, S. and Robinson, J. A. (2002). ‘Reversal of Fortune: Geography and Institutions in the Making of the Modern World Income Distribution’. Quarterly Journal of Economics, 117, 1231–94.

17Acemoglu, D., Johnson, S. and Robinson, J. A. (2005). ‘Institutions as the Fundamental Cause of Long-Run Growth’. In P. Aghion and S. N. Durlauf (eds), Handbook of Economic Growth. Volume 1, Part A. Amsterdam: Elsevier Science Publishers (North-Holland), 385–472.

18Aghion, P. and Bolton, P., (1997), “A Theory of Trickle-Down Growth and Development”. Review of Economic Studies, 64(2), 151–172.

19Aghion, Philippe and Peter Howitt. “A Model of Growth through Creative Destruction”, Econometrica, Vol. 60, No. 2. (Mar., 1992), pp. 323-351.

20Alesina, A. and D. Rodrik, (1994), “Distributive Politics and Economic Growth”, The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 109(2), 465-490.

21Barro, Robert J. 1991. “Economic Growth in a Cross Section of Countries.” Quarterly Journal of Economics, 106(2): 407–43.

22Bernanke, B.S., Gertler, M., and Gilchrist, S. (1999), “The Financial Accelerator in A Quantitative Business Cycle Framework.” Handbook of Macroeconomics, edited by J.B. Taylor and M. Woodford, Vol.1C, p1341- 1393.

23Galor, O. and Zeira, J. (1993). “Income Distribution and Macroeconomics”. Review of Economic Studies, 60 (1), 35–52.

24Hall, Robert E., and Charles I. Jones. 1999. “Why Do Some Countries Produce So Much More Output Per Worker Than Others?” Quarterly Journal of Economics, 114(1): 83–116.

25Hsieh, C.-T. and Klenow, P. J., 2009. "Misallocation and Manufacturing TFP in China and India". Quarterly Journal of Economics. Vol. CXXIV,  pp.1403-1448.

26Kuznets, S., (1955), “Economic Growth and income inequality”, American Economic Review, 45, 1-28.

27Lewis, W.A., (1954), “Economic Development with Limited Supplies of Labor”, Manchester Schools, 22, 43-47.

28Mankiw, N. Gregory, David Romer, and David N. Weil. 1992. “A Contribution to the Empirics of Economic Growth.” Quarterly Journal of Economics, 107(2): 407–37.

29Murphy, Kevin M., Andrei Shleifer, and Robert W. Vishny. “Industrialization and Big Push.” Journal of Political Economy, Vol.97 No5, (October 1989): 1003-1026.

30Romer, Paul M. “Endogenous Technological Change”, Journal of Political Economy, Vol. 98, No. 5, Part 2: The Problem of Development: A Conference of the Institute for the Study of Free Enterprise Systems. (Oct., 1990), pp. S71-S102.

31Solow, Robert M. “A contribution to the theory of economic growth”, Quarterly Journal of Economics, Vol.70 No.1, (February 1956): 65 - 94.

32Song, Z., Storesletten, K. and Zilibotti, F., 2011, "Growing Like China", American Economic Review. 101(1), pp.196-233.

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