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Credibility and time inconsistency in a stochastic world

David A. Currie

Credibility and time inconsistency in a stochastic world

by David A. Currie

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Published by Queen MaryCollege. Department of Economics in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementDavid Currie [and] Paul Levine.
SeriesPaper / University of London. Queen Mary College. Department of Economics -- no.147
ContributionsLevine, Paul.
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Open LibraryOL13775814M

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The Standard Model must be just part of a larger picture, and one of the most obvious places to look for evidence of this larger picture is the biggest experiment studying the subatomic world: the Large Hadron Collider (LHC). The first part of this book describes an example of how the experiments at the LHC search for new particles. Assaf Razin is a former Professor at Cornell University, Emeritus Professor at the Eitan Berglas School of Economics at Tel Aviv University, and Research Fellow at the NBER, CEPR, and CESifo. He is the author of Understanding Global Crises: An Emerging Paradigm and a coauthor of, among other books, The Decline of the Welfare State: Demography and Globalization and Migration and the Welfare.


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Credibility and time inconsistency in a stochastic world by David A. Currie Download PDF EPUB FB2

Downloadable (with restrictions). This paper re-examines the issue of the credibility and sustainability of optimal policies derived from Pontryagin's Maximum Principle and generally regarded as time-inconsistent, in models with forward-looking rational expectations.

Specifically, it considers the behaviour of such models in the presence of continuing stochastic noise.

Credibility and time consistency in a stochastic world. (): “Dynamic Games and the Time Inconsistency of Optimal Policy in Open Economies.” Currie, D., Levine, P.

Credibility and time consistency in a stochastic world. Zeitschr. Nationalökono – ( Cited by: D. Currie & P. Levine, "Credibility with Time Inconsistency in a Stochastic World," Working PapersQueen Mary University of London, School of Economics and Finance.

Handle: RePEc:qmw:qmwecwCited by:   Previous chapter in book; time inconsistency; credibility. I INTRODUCTION The problem of the time-inconsistency of optimal policy in an economic model with forward-looking agents is one which has attracted much attention in the literature.

Currie, D.A. and P. Levine, (), "Credibility and time consistency in a stochastic world Cited by: 1. This result illustrates the important differences be- tween the stochastic and deterministic cases, showing the class of time-con- sistent policies is larger in the stochastic setting as compared with the deterministic case.

/86/$, Elsevier Science Publishers B.V. (North-Holland) D. Currie and P. Levine, Time inconsistency Cited by: In the conditions, akin to wartime, resulting from the Covid pandemic, public debt is being created—and more will have to be created—to meet the exceptional fiscal needs arising.

Many economists, of different orientations (Blanchard and Pisani-Ferry, Giavazzi and Tabellini, Galì, De Grauwe), suggest that this debt should be ‘monetised’—bought up on primary markets by central. Book contents; Dynamic Modelling and Control of National Economies time inconsistency; credibility.

INTRODUCTION This paper examines the optimal policy design problem for a government facing a private sector which includes forward-looking agents. (), "Credibility and time consistency in a stochastic world", Journal of.

This is the time inconsistency problem. The Dynamic Programming Time Consistent Problem To evaluate the time-consistent policy we rewrite the cost-to--go W (equation ()) as Define target variables s, by s t = Cy t + Dw t and the policy-maker's welfare loss at time r by W () r = 2 j / ^ + t Q 1 s r + t + ^ +t Q2 w r +t l () wr=i(y.

Currie, David A. and Paul Levine () ‘Credibility and Time Inconsistency in a Stochastic World’, forthcoming in the Journal of Economics. Google Scholar Friedman, J. () Oligopoly and the Theory of Games (Amsterdam: North Holland). IFAC Proceedings Volumes. Vol Issue 5, JunePagesJunePages Abstract.

This paper examines the role of budget deficits and surpluses in smoothing tax rates in stochastic world. A previous paper considered this problem in the case of an open economy in which factor prices were given by trade or capital mobility (Flemming, ).

David Currie's 20 research works with citations and reads, including: Phases of Imitation and Innovation in a North-South Endogenous Growth Model. Utility price regulation and time inconsistency: comparisons with monetary policy.

Oxford Economic Papers, Vol. 57, Issue. 3, p. A central feature of the book is the treatment of credibility and the effect of a policy-maker's reputation for sticking to announced policies.

The design of feedback rules in linear stochastic rational. In economics, dynamic inconsistency or time inconsistency is a situation in which a decision-maker's preferences change over time in such a way that a preference can become inconsistent at another point in time.

This can be thought of as there being many different "selves" within decision makers, with each "self" representing the decision-maker at a different point in time; the inconsistency.

TIME-INCONSISTENCY AND COMMITMENT While time-inconsistency prob-lems will arise when a central bank changes its goals for inflation and output growth over time,2 this is not the only, or even main way, it arises in monetary policymaking.

Similar to Jane’s parents’ experience with their The new monetary policy tools introduced. Downloadable. This paper addresses the problem of multiple equilibria in a model of time-consistent monetary policy. It suggests that this problem originates in the assumption that agents have rational expectations and proposes several alternative restrictions on expectations that allow the monetary authority to build credibility for a disinflationary policy by demonstrating that it will stick.

Request PDF | Time Consistency | In a multistage problem decisions x t have to be made at several stages, say at times \(t = 0,1,\ldots T\). The solution of the problem at time 0 | Find, read. This book is an introduction into stochastic processes for physicists, biologists and financial analysts.

Using an informal approach, all the necessary mathematical tools and techniques are covered, including the stochastic differential equations, mean values, probability distribution functions, stochastic integration and numerical modeling. Currie & P.

Levine, "Credibility with Time Inconsistency in a Stochastic World," Working PapersQueen Mary University of London, School of Economics and Finance. Currie & P. Levine, "Macroeconomic Policy Design in an Interdependent World," Working PapersQueen Mary University of London, School of Economics and Finance.

A good non-measure theoretic stochastic processes book is Introduction to Stochastic Processes by Hoel et al. (I used it in my undergrad stochastic processes class and had no complaints).

I'm gonna be honest though and say those exercises are stuff you should've gone over in an introductory probability class. Get this from a library! Stochastic world. [Sergey S Stepanov] -- This book is an introduction into stochastic processes for physicists, biologists and financial analysts.

Mathematical tools and techniques are covered, including the stochastic differential.time inconsistency, i.e., to deviate in p eriod t from the optimal policy rule it chose in perio d 1. This is called the time inconsistency pr oblem, first brought to the attention of economists.2) A trade-off between flexibility and simplicity or credibility.

3) The New Classical proposition that only unanticipated (stabilization) policy has real effects. 4) The \"time-inconsistency\" of optimal plans in non-causal models, that is models in which the current state of .