Note: The data archive is organized by issue of the accompanying article's appearance. To retrieve a particular data archive, click on the issue number, then click on the links available for the README file and zipped data archive. The data archives are compressed using the standard PKZIP/PKUNZIP protocol.
Data Archiving Policy
We, the editors of the Journal of Money, Credit, and Banking, believe that authors of published empirical research have the obligation, where feasible, to provide their data and programs to other researchers. Such availability facilitates replication and provides incentives for careful empirical research. We therefore condition the acceptance of all empirical papers on the fulfillment of this obligation. Specifically, the corresponding author of each such paper must either provide the JMCB with the data and programs used in generating the reported results or persuade the accepting editor that doing so is infeasible. We shall routinely exempt papers that make use of proprietary or confidential data from this requirement. Other papers will be exempted on a case-by-case basis. For our purposes, we do not regard a paper to be empirical if it makes use of data only in passing and the data are readily available from standard sources. For example, a paper that plotted GDP merely to motivate a theoretical model would not be regarded as empirical.