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1.1 Some Basic Facts about Economic Growth
1.2 Assumptions
1.3 The Dynamics of the Model
1.4 The Impact of a Change in the Saving Rate
1.5 Quantitative Implications
1.7 Empirical Applications
Saving and Investment
1.8 The Environment and Economic Growth
Part A The Ramsey–Cass–Koopmans Model
2.1 Assumptions
2.2 The Behavior of Households and Firms
2.8 Assumptions
2.9 Household Behavior
2.10 The Dynamics of the Economy
2.11 The Possibility of Dynamic Inefficiency
2.12 Government in the Diamond Model
3.1 Framework and Assumptions
3.2 The Model without Capital
3.3 The General Case
3.5 The Romer Model
4.3 Social Infrastructure
4.5 Beyond Social Infrastructure
4.6 Differences in Growth Rates
5.2 An Overview of Business-Cycle Research
5.3 A Baseline Real-Business-Cycle Model
5.4 Household Behavior
5.5 A Special Case of the Model
5.6 Solving the Model in the General Case
5.7 Implications
5.9 Empirical Application: Money and Output
5.10 Assessing the Baseline Real-Business-Cycle Model
Part A Exogenous Nominal Rigidity
6.1 A Baseline Case: Fixed Prices
6.5 A Model of Imperfect Competition and Price-Setting
6.6 Are Small Frictions Enough?
6.7 Real Rigidity
6.9 The Lucas Imperfect-Information Model
7.1 Building Blocks of Dynamic New Keynesian Models
7.2 Predetermined Prices: The Fischer Model
7.5 State-Dependent Pricing
7.6 Empirical Applications
Inflation Inertia
7.8 The Canonical New Keynesian Model
Campbell and Mankiw’s Test Using Aggregate Data
Shea’s Test Using Household Data
8.4 The Interest Rate and Saving
8.5 Consumption and Risky Assets
8.6 Beyond the Permanent-Income Hypothesis
9.1 Investment and the Cost of Capital
9.2 A Model of Investment with Adjustment Costs
9.3 Tobin’s q
9.4 Analyzing the Model
9.5 Implications
9.6 Empirical Application: qand Investment
9.7 The Effects of Uncertainty
9.8 Kinked and Fixed Adjustment Costs
9.9 Financial-Market Imperfections
9.10 Empirical Application: Cash Flow and Investment
10.1 Introduction: Theories of Unemployment
10.2 A Generic Efficiency-Wage Model
10.3 A More General Version
10.4 The Shapiro–Stiglitz Model
10.5 Contracting Models
10.6 Search and Matching Models
10.7 Implications
10.8 Empirical Applications
Interindustry Wage Differences
Survey Evidence on Wage Rigidity
11.1 Inflation, Money Growth, and Interest Rates
11.8 Empirical Applications
The Great Inflation
11.9 Seignorage and Inflation
12.1 The Government Budget Constraint
12.2 The Ricardian Equivalence Result
12.3 Ricardian Equivalence in Practice
12.4 Tax-Smoothing
12.5 Political-Economy Theories of Budget Deficits
12.6 Strategic Debt Accumulation
12.7 Delayed Stabilization
12.9 The Costs of Deficits
12.10 A Model of Debt Crises
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Advanced Macroeconomics 4 Romer 2011

Advanced Macroeconomics 4 Romer 2011

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