Money and risk in a DSGE framework: A Bayesian application to the Eurozone
Jonathan Benchimol () and
Andre Fourcans ()
Université Paris1 Panthéon-Sorbonne (Post-Print and Working Papers) from HAL
We present and test a model of the Eurozone, with a special emphasis on the role of risk aversion and money. The model follows the New Keynesian DSGE framework, money being introduced in the utility function with a non-separability assumption. Money is also introduced in the Taylor rule. By using Bayesian estimation techniques, we shed light on the determinants of output, inflation, money, interest rate, flexible-price output, and flexible-price real money balance dynamics. The role of money is investigated further. Its impact on output depends on the degree of risk aversion. Money plays a minor role in the estimated model. Yet, a higher level of risk aversion would imply that money had significant quantitative effects on business cycle fluctuations.
Keywords: Euro area; Money; Risk; Bayesian estimation; DSGE; Eurozone (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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Published in Journal of Macroeconomics, Elsevier, 2012, 34 (1), pp.95-111. 〈10.1016/j.jmacro.2011.10.003〉
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Journal Article: Money and risk in a DSGE framework: A Bayesian application to the Eurozone (2012)
Working Paper: Money and Risk Aversion in a DSGE Framework: A Bayesian Application to the Euro Zone (2010)
Working Paper: Money and risk aversion in a DSGE framework: a bayesian application to the euro zone (2010)
Working Paper: Money in a DSGE framework with an application to the Euro Zone (2009)
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