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Idiosyncratic Risk, Precautionary Motive, Endogenous Fluctuations.
Inequality, Redistribution, Fairness, Political Economy, Median Vote
Corruption, rent seeking, inequality, fairness, redistribution, political economy
Growth, fluctuations, business cycle, credit constraints, amplification, R&D
Multiple equilibria, coordination, self-fulfilling expectations, speculative attacks, currency crises, bank runs, financial crashes, rational-expectations, global games.
Incomplete Markets, Entrepreneurial Risk, Investment, Growth, Fluctuations, Precautionary Savings
Banking and credit, English Industrial Revolution, interest rate determination, credit rationing, technological change and learning.
Fiscal Policy, Public Debt, Maturity Structure, Term Structure, Incomplete Markets
Entrepreneurial Risk, Precautionary Motive, Endogenous Fluctuations, Poverty Traps
Strategic complementarities, global games, signaling, regime change, market expectations, policy
Multiple equilibria, coordination, global games, speculative attacks, currency crises, bank runs, financial crashes, rational expectations
mispricing, heterogeneous information, information-driven complementarities, volatility, inefficiency, beauty contests
incomplete markets, heterogeneity, private equity, entrepreneurial risk, precautionary savings, amplification
Business cycles, fluctuations, heterogeneous information, informational frictions, noise, strategic complementarity, higher-order beliefs
Transparency, Ambiguity, Coordination, Information
Sunspots, animal spirits, complementarity, coordination failure, self-fulfilling expectations, fluctuations, heterogeneity, correlated equilibrium
Business cycles, strategic uncertainty, higher-order beliefs, confidence, aggregate demand, coordination failure, DSGE models
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aggregate demand, business cycles, confidence, coordination failure, DSGE models, higher-order beliefs, strategic uncertainty
Global games, coordination, multiple equilibria, information dynamics, crises
Fiscal policy, government spending, incomplete risk sharing, entrepreneurial risk
heterogeneous information, complementarity, volatility, inefficiency, beauty contests
Business Cycles, Shocks, Dispersed Information, Stabilization Policy, Animal Spirits, Market Psychology, Higher-Order Beliefs
Informational frictions, higher-order beliefs, strategic uncertainty, coordination failure, animal spirits, aggregate demand, business cycles, financial crises, global games, beauty contests
Social value of information, coordination, externalities, transparency
Business Cycles, Dispersed Information, Stick Information, Rational Inattention, Optimal Policy, Price Stability
Optimal policy, private information, complementarities, information externalities, social learning, efficiency
Dispersed information, coordination, complementarities, volatility, inertia, efficiency
fluctuations, informational frictions, strategic complementarity, beauty contests
Financial integration, capital-account liberalization, incomplete markets, idiosyncratic risk, entrepreneurship, current-account deficits, global imbalances
Incomplete information, coordination, complementarities, externalities, amplification, efficiency
public debt, liquidity, optimal fiscal policy, Ramsey, Friedman rule, financial frictions
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