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The research can be carried out inside an IS-LM version augmen- ted by way of the dynamics of cash wages, deepest capital and public debt. A macroeconomic surprise induces a longer means of adjustment that's characterised by means of unemployment. This in flip calls for a dynamic direction of economic and financial coverage: As a reaction to the surprise, the imperative financial institution continuouslyadapts the volume of cash as a way to sustain complete employment forever. And the govt. continually contains its purchases of products and prone. Can this be sustained? Or will public debt are inclined to explode, thereby riding the inventory of capial right down to zero?

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K + K)/ {J6p.. Then combine the last expression with (3) and solve for w. In addition differentiate for K. " it is valid that 8K/Bw < o. Empirically speaking, this condition seems always to be fulfilled. 1. Similarly we shall explore the sign of ow / Bw. K _ [;M]'/~ = 0 = KO(wN/fW + (8) 29 This can be interpreted as an implicit function of the type F(w, w) = O. First differentiate F for wand evaluate the derivative at the long-run equilibrium with = 0 to get 8F/aw < O. Second differentiate F for Locally, at the steady state, it holds w.

At this stage, aggregate demand increases by more than output. Therefore, to clear the labour market, money wages and prices must spring up. In the phase diagram, the economy moves along the full-employment line = 0, compare figure 2. Evidently, the overshooting of money wages seems to be a salient feature. w Moreover imagine a demographic disturbance: Labour supply rises autonomously. In the short run, to avoid unemployment, money wages and prices decline instantaneously. This expands real balances and propels investment.

37 C Figure 6 Consumption Figure 7 Labour Demand and Labour Supply Figure 8 Prices Figure 9 Interest Rate p 38 w w p p MPN N Figure 10 Labour Market r Figure 11 Real Wages LM p AS AD IS y Figure 12 Monetary Shock v Figure 13 Monetary Shock y 39 7. SAVINGS SHOCK Initially let the economy be in the long run equilibrium. In this situation, a savings shock happens: The preference for future consumption 0 increases autonomously. In the phase diagram, both demarcation lines shift to the right such that the steady state level of K rises and the steady state of w falls, see figure 1.

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