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Search frictions, real rigidities and inflation dynamics
by Centre for Economic Performance, London School of Economics and Political Science in London
Written in English
The standard New Keynesian model suffers from the so-called .macro-micro pricing conflict: in order to match the dynamics of inflation implied by macroeconomic data, the model needs to assume an average duration of price contracts which is much longer than what is observed in micro data. Here I show how departing from the standard model"s assumption of a perfectly competitive labor market can help resolve the pricing conflict. I do so by assuming search frictions in the labor market. In this framework, labor becomes firm-specific and marginal cost curves become upward-sloping. This mechanism reduces the slope of the New Keynesian Phillips curve given a frequency of price adjustment. Conversely, given an estimate of this slope, my model implies shorter price durations than the standard model. For a plausible calibration and for different slope values, my model consistently delivers price durations that are roughly half of those implied by the standard model.
|Series||CEP discussion paper -- no. 822|
|Contributions||London School of Economics and Political Science. Centre for Economic Performance.|
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|LC Control Number||2007619424|
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Request PDF | Search Frictions, Real Rigidities, and Inflation Dynamics | The literature on New Keynesian models with search frictions in the labor market commonly assumes that price setters are Author: Carlos Thomas. Downloadable. The standard New Keynesian model suffers from the -micro pricing conflict: in order to match the dynamics of inflation implied by macroeconomic data, the model needs to assume an average duration of price contracts which is much longer than what is observed in micro data.
Here I show how departing from the standard model's assumption of a perfectly competitive. Downloadable. I analyze the effect of search frictions on inflation dynamics, in a New Keynesian model where firms make both pricing and vacancy posting decisions.
I find that search frictions create real rigidities in price setting. This mechanism flattens the New Keynesian Phillips curve, relative both to the standard model with a frictionless labor market and a model where pricing and.
SEARCH FRICTIONS, REAL RIGIDITIES AND INFLATION DYNAMICS (*) Versión revisada en marzo de Carlos Thomas (**) BANCO DE ESPAÑA (*) I am very grateful to Kosuke Aoki, Nobu Kiyotaki, Michael Krause, Jordi Gali, Chris Pissarides, Kevin Sheedy.
Search Frictions, Real Rigidities, and Inflation Dynamics Search Frictions, Real rigidities and inflation dynamics book Rigidities, and Inflation Dynamics THOMAS, CARLOS The search and matching model has become a popular treatment of labor market dynamics in New Keynesian models of the monetary transmission mechanism.
One of the main advantages of this kind of framework is that it makes it. Search frictions, real rigidities and inflation dynamics. I find that search frictions create real rigidities in price setting.
This mechanism flattens the New Keynesian Phillips curve, relative both to the standard model with a frictionless labor market and a model where pricing and vacancy posting decisions are made by different subsets Author: Carlos Thomas.
Request PDF | CEP Discussion Paper No August Search Frictions, Real Rigidities and Inflation Dynamics | The standard New Keynesian model suffers from the -micro pricing Author: Carlos Thomas. The New Keynesian Phillips curve explains inflation dynamics as being driven by current and expected future real marginal costs.
In competitive labor markets, the labor share can serve as a proxy for the latter. In this paper, we study the role of real marginal cost components implied by Cited by: Hence, inflation dynamics in the New Keynesian model with search frictions and hours-clearing wages are driven by the same form of equation as in the baseline New Keynesian model but with a distinct slope coefficient.
5 Comparing the analytical value of the slope ξ with the corresponding value of Woodford's New Keynesian model, it can be Cited by: 7. Inflation Dynamics with Search Frictions: A Structural Econometric Analysis* The New Keynesian Phillips curve explains inflation dynamics as being driven by current and expected future real marginal costs.
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The Role of Search Frictions Cited by: The New Keynesian Phillips curve explains inflation dynamics as being driven by current and expected future real marginal costs. In competitive labor markets, the labor share can serve as a proxy for the latter.
In this paper, we study the role of real marginal cost components implied by. Search Frictions, Real Rigidities and Inflation Dynamics Carlos Thomas August Paper No' CEPDP Read Abstract | Full Paper JEL Classification: E52; E32; J40 Tags: new keynesian; macroeconomics; micro data; inflation; search and matching.
Inflation Dynamics Frederic S. Mishkin. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in June NBER Program(s):Economic Fluctuations and Growth, Monetary Economics This paper first outlines the key stylized facts about changes in inflation dynamics in recent years: 1) inflation persistence has declined, 2) the Phillips curve has flattened, and 3) inflation has become less responsive to other shocks.
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