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The equivalence of wage and price staggering in monetary business cycle models
Rochelle Mary Edge
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Specifically, it addresses a claim by T. Andersen (, European Economic Review42, –) and K. Huang and Z. Liu (, “Staggered Contracts and Business Cycle, Persistence,” Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis Discussion Paper ) that staggered-wage models are better able to generate persistent real responses to monetary shocks Cited by: Download Citation | The Equivalence of Wage and Price Staggering in Monetary Business Cycle Models | This paper considers the persistence puzzle documented by V.
Chari, P. Kehoe, and E. McGratten. the Review of Economic Dynamics paper \The Equivalence of Wage and Price Staggering in Monetary Business Cycle Models." The appendix is organized as follows.
Section A presents the staggered wage model. Sec-tions B and C derive the staggered price model with homogeneous and rm-speci c factors, respectively.
Rochelle M. Edge, "The Equivalence of Wage and Price Staggering in Monetary Business Cycle Models," Review of Economic Dynamics, Elsevier for the Society for Economic Dynamics, vol.
5(3), pagesJuly. Technical Appendix to "The Equivalence of Wage and Price Staggering in Monetary Business Cycle Models" Article October with 7 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
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Monetary Policy, Inflation, and the Business Cycle: An Introduction to the New Keynesian FrameworkCited by: Introduction Theory Application Policy Conclusion Dynamics and Monetary Policy in a Fair Wage Model of the Business Cycle David de la Croix1,3 Gregory de Walque2 Rafael Wouters2,1 1dept.
of economics, Univ. cath. Louvain 2National Bank of Belgium 3CORE Octo The percentage bargaining gap is equal to the wage on the wage-setting curve, minus the wage on the price-setting curve, divided by the wage on the price-setting curve.
In Figure c, we draw a new diagram beneath the wage-setting curve and price-setting curve. Abstract. This appendix details the derivation of a number of results reported in "The Equivalence of Wage and Price Staggering in Monetary Business Cycle Models," which appears in the Review of Economic : Rochelle M.
Edge. Monetary business cycle (MBC) models are general equilibrium models designed to analyse how monetary shocks affect output, prices, and interest rates. This article describes the analytic framework underlying sticky prices and wages in modern MBC models, and highlights the prominent role that these rigidities play in the transmission of nominal.
Basu, C.L. House, in Handbook of Macroeconomics, Abstract. Modern monetary business-cycle models rely heavily on price and wage there is substantial evidence that prices do not adjust frequently, there is much less evidence on whether wage rigidity is an important feature of real world labor markets.
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The Business Cycle with Nominal Contracts. The Equivalence of Wage and Price Staggering in Monetary Business Cycle Models. The New Keynesian Synthesis. ().Author: Rafael Gerke and Jens Rubart. Edge RM () The equivalence of wage and price staggering in monetary business cycle models.
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Search. The two most important American business cycle events of the twentieth century were: The macroeconomic models that are most supportive of the role of government policy aimed at smoothing business cycles are. Monetary policy had important effects on the behavior of the business cycle before because policymakers did not exert effective control over inflation.
Monetary policy reform around led to better control, and with more stable inflation, the effect of the interaction between monetary policy and the nominal capital gains tax has becomeCited by: “The Equivalence of Wage and Price Staggering in Monetary Business Cycle Models,” Review of Economic Dynamics, vol.
5 (July ), pp. Working PapersFile Size: 10KB. Edge, Rochelle M. () The equivalence of wage and price staggering in monetary business cycle models. Review of Economic Dynamics 5 (3), – Eichenbaum, Martin and Fisher, Jonas D.M. () Evaluating the Calvo Model of Sticky by:. This is a CEPR Discussion Paper.
CEPR charges a fee of $ for this paper. File name: DP If you wish to purchase the right to make copies of this paper for distribution to others, please select the quantity.Monetary Business Cycle Models: Imperfect Information ∗ Christian Hellwig† UCLA Ma Business cycle theories based on incomplete information start from the premise that key eco-nomic decisions on pricing, investment or production are often made on the basis of incomplete knowledge of constantly changing aggregate economic by: The New Monetarist model implies all of the business cycle results reported in the first observation.
Since employment falls while the production function does not (because there is no change in z), the model implies that average labor productivity increases.