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Dynamic General Equilibrium Analysis: The Open Economy Dimension

Philip Lane and Giovanni Ganelli ()

CEG Working Papers from Trinity College Dublin, Economics Department

Abstract: This paper discusses some key issues in the application of dynamic general equilibrium analysis to open economy modelling. In the context of the new open economy macroeconomics paradigm, we focus on: (i) the currency denomination of sticky prices; (ii) the role of the current account and net foreign assets; and (iii) the impact of fiscal policy.

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Date: 2002
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