John Fernald was formerly on staff in the economic research department at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago.
Chicago Fed Letter
- Comrades or Competitors? On Trade Relationships between China and Emerging Asia
John Fernald, Prakash Loungani | 2004 | No. 200 | March
- Information Technology and the U.S. Productivity Acceleration
John Fernald, Shanthi Ramnath | 2003 | No. 193 | September
- The Rise and Fall of the Global Economy
John Fernald, Victoria Greenfield | 2001 | No. 164 | April
- The acceleration in U.S. total factor productivity after 1995: The role of information technology
John Fernald, Shanthi Ramnath | 2004 | Vol. 28 | January | 1st Quarter
- Countering contagion: Does China's experience offer a blueprint?
Alan Ahearne, John Fernald, Prakash Loungani | 2001 | Vol. 25 | November | 4th Quarter
- Are Technology Improvements Contractionary?
Susanto Basu, John Fernald, Miles Kimball | 2004 | No. 2004-20
- China and Emerging Asia: Comrades or Competitors?
Alan Ahearne, John Fernald, Prakash Loungani, John W. Schindler | 2003 | No. 2003-27
- Measuring Productivity Growth in Asia: Do Market Imperfections Matter?
John Fernald | 2003 | No. 2003-15
- The Case of the Missing Productivity Growth: Or, Does information technology explain why productivity accelerated in the United States but not the United Kingdom?
Susanto Basu, John Fernald, Nicholas Oulton, Sylaja Srinivasan | 2003 | No. 2003-08
- Productivity Growth in the 1990s: Technology, Utilization, or Adjustment?
Susanto Basu, John Fernald, Matthew D. Shapiro | 2001 | No. 2001-04
- Puzzles in the Chinese Stock Market
John Fernald, John H. Rogers | 2000 | No. 2000-13
- Why Is Productivity Procyclical? Why Do We Care?
Susanto Basu, John Fernald | 2000 | No. 2000-11