Search with Wage Posting under Sticky Prices
Andrew Foerster () and
Authors registered in the RePEc Author Service: Jose Mustre-del-Rio ()
Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, 2022, vol. 54, issue 2-3, 599-626
This paper examines the implications of interacting pricing frictions, labor market frictions, and consumption risk by comparing variants of a New Keynesian model. The model variants make alternative assumptions about whether hiring and pricing decisions occur within the same firm or across different firms, and whether workers pool income. Each model implies the same contract is offered to workers, making model comparisons transparent. The economy's response to changes in unemployment benefits or persistently below‐target inflation depends on whether hiring and pricing decisions are integrated. The dynamics following technology or monetary shocks are shaped both by firm‐ and worker‐level assumptions.
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