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Az új keynesi elvek alkalmazása a Fed, az IMF és az Európai Központi Bank modellezési gyakorlatában
[Application of new Keynesian principles in the modelling practice of the Fed, the IMF and the European Central Bank]

  • Szabó-Bakos, Eszter

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    A dolgozat áttekintés nyújt a dinamikus, sztochasztikus, általános egyensúlyi mo dellek (DSGE) alapját biztosító elvekről, s azokról a tényezőkről, melyek az alapmo dellt kiegészítve a rendszert gyakorlati használatra alkalmassá teszik. Néhány pél dán keresztül bemutatja továbbá, hogy három intézmény: az amerikai központi bank (Fed), a Nemzetközi Valutaalap (IMF), valamint az Európai Központi Bank (ECB) a DSGE modellek mely változatát használja, mely kérdések megválaszolását tartja le hetségesnek az általa kiépített rendszerben, s melyek a működtetéssel kapcsolatos eddigi tapasztalatai. Journal of Economic Literature (JEL) kód: E19, E32, E37.

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    Volume (Year): LIV (2007)
    Issue (Month): 5 ()
    Pages: 415-434

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