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Imperfect Information and Aggregate Supply* We start in Section 2 by presenting a general equilibrium model of aggregate supply that allows for imperfect information. The model is deliberately simple and, but for one linearization, can be solved

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ADVERTISEMENTS: The following points highlight the top four models of Aggregate Supply of Wages. The Models are: 1. Sticky-Wage Model 2. The Worker Misperception Model 3. The Imperfect Information Model 4. The Sticky-Price Model. Aggregate Supple Model # 1. Sticky-Wage Model: The proximate reason for the upward slope of the AS curve is slow (sluggish) []

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This paper surveys the research in the past decade on imperfect information models of aggregate supply and the Phillips curve. This new work has emphasized that information is dispersed and disseminates slowly across a population of agents who strategically interact in their use of information. We

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Imperfect Information and Aggregate Supply N. Gregory Mankiw and Ricardo Reis NBER Working Paper No. 15773 February 2010 JEL No. D8,E1,E3 ABSTRACT This paper surveys the research in the past decade on imperfect information models of aggregate supply and the Phillips curve. This new work has emphasized that information is dispersed and disseminates slowly across a population of

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Robert Lucas proposed the imperfect information model in which he noted that the slope of the aggregate supply curve should depend upon the variability of aggregate demand suppliers do not respond to the price level as if they were differences in relative prices.

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The Lucas Imperfect Information Model Based on the work of Lucas (1972) and Phelps (1970), the imperfect information model represents an important milestone in modern economics. The essential idea of the model is that producers’ inability to distinguish between price movements due to relative price changes (to which they should respond) and aggregate price level changes (e.g., general inﬂation,

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Aggregate Supply and Imperfect Information There is strong evidence for the non-neutrality of money. But, in the classical (RBC) model: prices are exible the (vertical) LRAS is the only relevant supply curve movements in aggregate demand have no e ect on output money is neutral How can we simultaneously have market-clearing/ exible prices and a demand-driven story of uctuations? Informational

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Imperfect Information and Aggregate Supply513 Кб. Third, whereas the older literature had limited strategic interactions, in the new work they take center stage.1 We start in Section 2 by presenting a general equilibrium model of aggregate supply that allows for imperfect information.

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Robert Lucas proposed the imperfect information model in which he noted that the slope of the aggregate supply curve should depend upon the variability of aggregate demand suppliers do not respond to the price level as if they were differences in relative prices.

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The imperfect-information model bases the difference in the short-run and long-run aggregate supply curve on: temporary misperceptions about prices. The imperfect-information model assumes that producers find it difficult to distinguish between changes in:

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Imperfect Information and Aggregate Supply513 Кб. Third, whereas the older literature had limited strategic interactions, in the new work they take center stage.1 We start in Section 2 by presenting a general equilibrium model of aggregate supply that allows for imperfect information.

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Abstract. This paper surveys the research in the past decade on imperfect information models of aggregate supply and the Phillips curve. This new work has emphasized that information is dispersed and disseminates slowly across a population of agents who strategically interact in their use of information.

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The imperfect-information model bases the differences in the short-run and the long-run aggregate supply curve on: Temporary misperception about prices. Each of the two models of short-run aggregate supply is based on some market imperfection.

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Aggregate Supply and the Phillips macro Curve ECN 101 MACROECONOMICS slide 1 Road map to this lecture We relax the assumption that the aggregate supply curve is vertical A version of the aggregate supply in terms of inflation (rather than the price level) is called the Phillips curve We present a more modern view of the IS-LM model in terms of inflation and interest rates – closer to current

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