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Asymmetric information and business cycle

Seang-Yub Lee, 2000
Faculty Advisor: John B. Donaldson
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Abstract

A simple real business cycle style model where firms and financial intermediaries share an information asymmetry is explored. The existence of equilibrium policy rules is proved and the dynamic equilibrium time path constructed and studied using numerical techniques. Some empirical support for the model is presented.

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