Tagged with Paul Beaudry

New paper : Real Keynesian Models and Sticky Prices

New paper : Real Keynesian Models and Sticky Prices

I posted on my “current work” page a new paper with Paul Beaudry  “Real Keynesian Models and Sticky Prices“. As written in the abstract, In this paper we present a generalized sticky price model which allows, depending on the parameterization, for demand shocks to maintain strong expansionary effects even in the presence of perfectly flexible … Continue reading

New version of “Reconciling Hayek’s and Keynes’ Views of Recessions”, to be published in The Review of Economic Studies

New version of “Reconciling Hayek’s and Keynes’ Views of Recessions”, to be published in The Review of Economic Studies

I have posted on my “current work” page a new version of the paper with Paul Beaudry  and Dana Galizia “Reconciling Hayek’s and Keynes’ Views of Recessions“. As written in the abstract, Recessions often happen after periods of rapid accumulation of houses, consumer durables and business capital. This observation has led some economists, most notably … Continue reading

NBER Summer Institute, Boston, Mass., July 6-10, 2015

NBER Summer Institute, Boston, Mass., July 6-10, 2015

From July 6 to 10, I attended the Impulse and Propagation Mechanisms group workshop during the 2015 NBER Summer Institute in Boston. I havre presented our recent work with Paul Beaudry and Dana Galicia, “Reviving The Limit Cycle View of Business Cycles“.  The full progam of the workshop is given below. NATIONAL BUREAU OF ECONOMIC RESEARCH, INC. … Continue reading

Canadian Macroeconomics Study Group, 28th Annual Meeting, McMaster University, November 7th and 8th, 2014

Canadian Macroeconomics Study Group, 28th Annual Meeting, McMaster University, November 7th and 8th, 2014

I have attended this week-end the 28th Annual Meeting of the Canadian Macroeconomics Study Group at McMaster University, Ontario, Canada. My coauthor Dana Galicia presented our joint work (with Paul Beaudry)  “Reconciling Hayek’s and Keynes’ Views of Recessions“. I also discussed a interesting paper on the allocation of time in the U.S. and in France, written by Georg Duernecker … Continue reading