Stable Sunspot Equilibira in a Cash-in-Advance Economy
George Evans (),
Seppo Honkapohja () and
University of Oregon Economics Department Working Papers from University of Oregon Economics Department
We develop a monetary model with flexible supply of labor, cash in advance constraints and government spending financed by seignorage. This model has two regimes. One regime is conventional with two steady states. The other regime has a unique steady state which can be determinate or indeterminate. In the latter case there exist sunspot equilibria which are stable under adaptive learning, taking the form of noisy finite state Markov processes at resonant frequencies. For a range of parameter values, a sufficient reduction in government purchases will eliminate these equilibria.
Keywords: "Indeterminacy; learnability; expectational stability; endogenous fluctuations; seignorage" (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: C63 D83 D84 E31 E32 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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Date: 2002-10-25, Revised 2005-11-15
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Journal Article: Stable Sunspot Equilibria in a Cash-in-Advance Economy (2007)
Working Paper: Stable sunspot equilibria in a cash-in-advance economy (2005)
Working Paper: Stable Sunspot Equilibria in a Cash-in-Advance Economy (2003)
Working Paper: Stable Sunspot Equilibria in a Cash-in-Advance Economy (2001)
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