Brazilian Review of Econometrics

The Brazilian Review of Econometrics (BRE) is the journal of the Brazilian Econometric Society (Sociedade Brasileira de Econometria) and publishes original articles that apply rigorous thinking and quantitative methods to economic problems.
    BRE has published in all branches of economics, theoretical and empirical, abstract and applied, since 1981and has a long reputation as being the outlet for the most important articles in applied theory and econometrics from members of the Brazilian scientific community. BRE has gradually become more internationalized and currently publishes in English papers from scholars based around the globe and counts with referees that are worldwidely prominent researchers in their fields of specialization.

 


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Vol 32, No 2 (2012)

Table of Contents

Articles

Does the Growth Acceleration Program Accelerate Growth?
Julio Mereb, Eduardo Zilberman 133-167
Credit Shocks and Monetary Policy in Brazil: A Structural Favar Approach
Pedro L. Valls Pereira, Marcelo Gonçalves da Silva Fonseca 169-200
Non-Parametric Pricing of Interest Rate Options
Márcio Poletti Laurini, Roberto Baltieri Mauad 201-240
The Finite-Sample Size of the BDS Test for GARCH Standardized Residuals
Marcelo Fernandes, Pierre-Yves Preumont 241-260


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