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Giovanni Di Bartolomeo
(PhD Rome Sapienza, MSc Barcelona UFP).
La voce (letture)
Richiami di matematica (dispensa)
Intermediate topics in macroeconomics
■ IS/LM model and AS/AS model
■ Central banking
Handouts are quickly written so sorry for typos (especially for the language ones)
■ The Phillips menu: Tinbergen and Theil approach (class).
■ Expectations and Lucas critique (class).
■ Friedman’s view and Lucas’ proposition (class).
■ The Lucas supply curve and monetary ineffectiveness (class).
■ The Barro Gordon model (class).
■ The policy game approach (class).
■ Business cycle indicators [N. Roubini] (web).
■ US business cycle [NBER] (web).
■ Game theory at MIT (web).
References and readings
■ Hicks J,, Mr. Keynes and the “Classic”: A suggested interpretation, Econometrica, 1937 (link).
■ Phillips W., The relation between unemployment and the rate of change of money wage rates in the United Kingdom, 1861-1957, Economica, 1958 (link).
■ Samuelson P.A. and R.M. Solow, Analytical aspects of anti-inflation policy, American Economic Review, 1960 (link).
■ Friedman M., The role of monetary policy, American Economic Review, 1968 (link).
■ Friedman M., Inflation and unemployment, Nobel Memorial Lecture, 1976 (link).
■ Taylor, Staggered wage setting in a macro model, American Economic Review, 1979 (link).
■ Lucas R., Monetary neutrality, Nobel Memorial Lecture, 1995 (link).
■ Acocella N. and Ciccarone G., Trade unions, nonneutrality and stagflation, Public Choice, 1997 (link).
■ Cubitt R. Stagflationary bias and the interaction of monetary policy and wages in a unionized economy, Public Choice, 1997 (link).
■ Acocella and G. Di Bartolomeo, Non-neutrality of monetary policy in policy games, European Journal of Political Economy, 2004 (link).
■ Stock J.H. and M.W. Watson, Has the business cycle changed? Evidence and explanations, Monetary policy and uncertainty, Fed of Kansas City, 2003 (link).
■ King R.G., The Phillips curve and US macroeconomic policy: snapshots 1958-1996, Fed of Richmond Economic Quarterly Review, 2008, (link).