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Agentes no ricardianos y rigideces nominales: su efecto sobre el principio de Taylor

  • Sergio Ocampo Díaz

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El documento aborda los posibles efectos que puede tener la inclusión de agentes noricardianos en un modelo de equilibrio general dinámico sobre el llamado principio deTaylor; al hacerlo se encuentra que el principio de Taylor sólo se modifica bajo ciertascondiciones sobre las rigideces nominales del modelo. Con el fin de encontrar las condicionesnecesarias para modificar el principio de Taylor se propone un modelo de equilibrio generaldinámico con múltiples fuentes de heterogeneidad (heterogeneidad causada por la presenciade agentes no ricardianos y por la de las rigideces nominales de salarios). Éste tipo demodelo es nuevo para la literatura y su uso permite concluir que sólo en presencia de altarigidez de precios, salarios altamente flexibles y un porcentaje considerable de agentes noricardianos, es posible alterar el resultado original deWoodford (2001) sobre las condicionesque deben cumplir los parámetros de la regla de Taylor para garantizar la determinacióndel equilibrio del modelo.

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Date of creation: 28 Feb 2011
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