Non-neutral responses to money supply shocks when consumption and leisure are Pareto substitutes
AbstractTo a greater extent than is often stressed in existing literature, preference assumptions affect responses to money shocks in equilibrium monetary models. Temporary money shocks can have persistent real effects if the marginal utility of leisure is a decreasing function of consumption, where leisure is measured as time endowment less market labor effort, and consumption refers to market produced goods. This condition is an empirically supported implication of home production models. Though not theoretically necessary for supporting the existence of short run real effects, the presence of distortionary taxes and endogenous productivity can have significant quantitative effects on responses to temporary money supply shocks.
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Volume (Year): 11 (1998)
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Note: Received: August 21, 1996; revised version: February 3, 1997
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