Cash-in-advance constraints in the diamond overlapping generations model: neutrality and optimality of monetary policies
AbstractThis paper is a study of money in overlapping generations models with cash-in-advance constraints. We ﬁrst offer a brief review of different features of the cash-in-advance constraint. Then we propose a general formulation and study the neutrality of money. We show that both neutrality and equilibrium dynamics depend on the form of the cashin-advance constraint. We then show that optimal intergenerational resources sharing can be implemented through monetary transfers. Finally, we ﬁnd that the Chicago Rule is implied by optimal monetary policy.
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cash-in-advance constraint; monetary policy; superneutrality; overlapping generations model.;
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- Crettez, Bertrand & Michel, Philippe & Wigniolle, Bertrand, 1999. "Cash-in-Advance Constraints in the Diamond Overlapping Generations Model: Neutrality and Optimality of Monetary Policies," Oxford Economic Papers, Oxford University Press, vol. 51(3), pages 431-52, July.
- Crettez, B. & Michel, P. & Wigniolle, B., 1997. "Cash-in-Advance Constraints in the Diamond Overlapping Generations Model: Neutrality and Optimality of Monetary Policies," Papiers d'Economie MathÃÂ©matique et Applications 97.52, UniversitÃ© PanthÃ©on-Sorbonne (Paris 1).
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