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Government Spending, Asset Market Participation, Fiscal Policy, Monetary Policy, DSGE, Vector Autoregression, Minimum Distance Estimation
the Great Inflation, monetary policy rules, Taylor Principle, real (in)determinacy, limited asset markets participation
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business cycle propagation, entry, markups, product creation, profits, variety
borrowing constraint, public debt, redistribution, tax cuts
aggregate demand, Bayesian estimation, Great Inflation, Great Moderation, limited asset markets participation, passive monetary policy rules, real (in)determinacy
Entry, Optimal inflation rate, Price stability, Product variety, Ramsey-optimal monetary policy.
hand-to-mouth; heterogenous agents; aggregate demand; optimal monetary policy; liquidity trap; Keynesian cross; forward guidance.
heterogenous agents, incomplete markets, limited participation, liquidity constraints, money, optimal (Ramsey) monetary policy
efficiency, Entry, Monopoly power, Optimal fiscal policy, Product creation, Variety, Welfare costs
government spending multiplier, welfare, zero lower bound
confidence and fundamental liquidity traps, Fiscal multipliers, forward guidance, monetary policy, neo-Fisherian, optimal policy
business-cycle co-movement, consumption-hours complementarity, elasticity of intertemporal substitution, Fiscal multipliers, income and wealth effects, news shocks
determinacy, forward guidance puzzle, HANK, heterogenous agents, liquidity traps and multipliers, monetary policy, Optimal monetary policy, Taylor and Wicksellian rules
forward guidance; hand-to-mouth; heterogenous households; aggregate demand; self-insurance; optimal monetary policy; liquidity trap; Keynesian cross.
Dixit-Stiglitz, Entry, monetary policy, monopolistic competition, neutrality, product variety, sticky prices, sunk costs
forward guidance, hand-to-mouth., heterogenous agents, heterogenous beliefs, incomplete markets, liquidity trap, Optimal monetary policy, unemployment risk, zero lower bound
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