An RBC model with Epstein-Zin (non-expected-utility) recursive preferences: lessons from Bulgaria (1999-2018)
Bulgarian Economic Papers from Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, Sofia University St Kliment Ohridski - Bulgaria // Center for Economic Theories and Policies at Sofia University St Kliment Ohridski
We introduce Epstein-Zin (1989, 1991) preferences into a real-business-cycle setup augmented with a detailed government sector. We calibrate the model to Bulgarian data for the period following the introduction of the currency board arrangement (1999- 2018). We investigate the quantitative importance of the presence of Óearly resolution of uncertaintyÓ motive for the propagation of cyclical fluctuations in Bulgaria. Al- lowing for Epstein-Zin preferences improves the model performance against data, and in addition this extended setup dominates the standard RBC model framework, e.g., Vasilev (2009).
Keywords: Business fluctuations; Epstein-Zin preferences; Bulgaria. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: E32 E22 E37 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 19 pages
Date: 2020-01, Revised 2020-01
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