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Observable shocks and equilibrium cycles in a model of money and growth

Christopher A. Pissarides

Observable shocks and equilibrium cycles in a model of money and growth

by Christopher A. Pissarides

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Published by Centre for Labour Economics, London School of Economics in (London) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Unemployment -- Economic models.,
  • Economic development -- Economic models.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby C.A. Pissarides.
    SeriesDiscussion paper -- no.230, Discussion paper (London School of Economics and Political Science. Centre for Labour Economics) -- no.230.
    ContributionsLondon School of Economics and Political Science. Centre for Labour Economics.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD5707.5
    The Physical Object
    Pagination58p. :
    Number of Pages58
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18267182M

    THE QUARTERLY JOURNAL OF ECONOMICS Vol. May Issue 2 AGGREGATE DEMAND, IDLE TIME, AND equilibrium model. In the fixprice equilibrium of the model with growth rate of the money supply and p(0) is determined by the price mechanism. The real wage is constant: w(t)=w, where w is. Uncertainty Shocks in a Model of Effective Demand: Comment∗ Oliver de Groot Alexander W. Richter Nathaniel A. Throckmorton ABSTRACT Basu and Bundick () show a second moment intertemporal preference shock creates meaningful declines in output in asticky price model with Epstein and Zin () : Oliver de Groot, Alexander W. Richter, Nathaniel A. Throckmorton.

    3 thoughts on “ Real and Monetary Shocks ” tr00pa 20 March, at This may be a stupid question, but did Hayek assume a stable V(elocity)? Also, I may be wrong, but, while Sumner does tend to talk about V in terms of monetary causes of recessions, I think he is viewing it from the NGDP perspective (NGDP is a measurement stick, an indicator of excess, or too . the system of economic equilibrium theory, with which they are in ‘apparent contradiction, remains the crucial problem of Trade Cycle Theory;’ By ‘equilibrium theory’ we here primarily under- stand the modern theory of the general inter- dependence of all economic quantities, which has.

    This paper analyzes three equilibrium business cycle models that differ according to the mechanism through which monetary growth shocks affect the economy. These include models with inflation tax effects [as in Cooley and Hansen (, )], with staggered nominal wage contracts [as in Cho and Cooley ()], and with unanticipated inflation Cited by: Monetary Shocks, Agency Costs and Business Cycles by Charles T. Carlstrom and Timothy S. Fuerst This paper integrates money into a real model of agency costs. Money is introduced by imposing a cash-in-advance constraint on a subset of transactions. The underlying real model is .


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