Optimizing Agents, Staggered Wages and Persistence in the Real Effects of Money Shocks
In this paper we incorporate staggered wage setting a la Taylor (1979) into an optimizing dynamic general equilibrium framework. The aim is to study whether staggered wages could induce a high degree of persistence in the real effects of money shocks, as some recent studies have suggested.
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