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Yapışkan Bilgi Ve Konjonktürel Dalgalanmalar


  • Melike BİLDİRİCİ

    (Yıldız Teknik Üniversitesi)


Çalışmada G.Mankiw ve R.Reisce geliştirilen ve Yeni Keynesyen sonuçlar çerçevesinde hayli önemli bir adım kabul edilecek yapışkan bilgi yaklaşımı incelenmeden önce Yeni Keynesyen İktisatçılarcada temel varsayım kabul edilen Rasyonel Beklenti ve bu varsayımdan sapmanın etkisi incelenecektir. Bunun temel nedeni Mankiw ve Reisce geliştirilen yapışkan bilgi ve Yeni Keynesyen İktisatçıların temel varsayımı olan asimetrik bilginin rasyonel beklenti çerçevesinde değerlendirilmesidir. İktisatçılar, makro ekonomik sonuçların bireylerin beklentilerine bağlı olduğunu kabullenmektedirler. Örneğin, Keynes’e göre, ekonomiler hayvansal içgüdüdeki hareketleri yansıtan boom ve krizleri yaşarlar. Yine bugünün makro modellerinin çoğunluğu için temel olan Lucas, Barro, Sargent vd. öncülüğünde gelişen Rasyonel Beklenti varsayımlı çalışmalarda, Rasyonel Beklentilerin kullanılmasıyla denge konjonktür teorileri kurmak mümkün olmuştur.

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  • Melike BİLDİRİCİ, 2003. "Yapışkan Bilgi Ve Konjonktürel Dalgalanmalar," Iktisat Isletme ve Finans, Bilgesel Yayincilik, vol. 18(209), pages 41-57.
  • Handle: RePEc:iif:iifjrn:v:18:y:2003:i:209:p:41-57

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