ECON 33702 Monetary Economics III (Univ. of Chicago Economics Ph.D. Class)
First Half of the Class: Informational Frictions in Macro
In the first half of the class, I will cover informational frictions in macroeconomics. We'll learn not only some of the tools which are used in this literature, but also the economic questions to which these tools are often applied. Topics include global games, expectations-driven business cycles, beauty contests, monetary non-neutrality, asset pricing, information aggregation, dynamic models with endogenous information, the forecasting the forecasts of others' problem, and optimal policy.
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