A Business-cycle-model with a Modified Cash-in-advance Feature, Government Sector and Oneperiod Nominal Wage Contracts: The Case of Bulgaria
Bulgarian Economic Papers (www.bep.bg) from St Kliment Ohridski University of Sofia, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration / Center for Economic Theories and Policies
We augment an otherwise standard business cycle model with a richer government sector, and add a modified cash in advance considerations, and one-period-ahead nominal wage contracts. In particular, the cash in advance constraint of Cooley and Hansen (1989) is extended to include private investment and government consumption. This specification, together with the nominal wage rigidity, when calibrated to Bulgarian data after the introduction of the currency board (1999-2016), gives a role to money in propagating economic uctuations. In addition, the combinations of these ingredients allows the framework to reproduce better observed variability and correlations among model variables, and those characterizing the labor market in particular.
Keywords: business cycles; modified cash-in-advance constraint; one-period nominal wage contracts (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: E32 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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Date: 2018-08, Revised 2018-08
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