Cash-in-Advance Constraints in the Diamond Overlapping Generations Model: Neutrality and Optimality of Monetary Policies
This paper is a study of money in overlapping generations models with cash-in-advance constraints a la Champ and Freeman and Hahn and Solow. We first offer a brief review of different features of the cash-in-advance constraint. Then we propose a general formulation. We show that neutrality of money prevails when the ratios of lum-sum monetary transfers and public expenditures to the money supply do not depend on the money growth rate.
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