Asset price boom–burst cycle as an elastic money response to technological shocks
Through a finite-lived dynamic stochastic general equilibrium (DSGE) model comprising bubbly capital with fixed supply, one-period gestation lag, and a cash-in-advance constraint, we show that a money-accommodated but not price-accommodated technological shock can trigger excessive movement in the asset price even in a flexible-price and frictionless environment.
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