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Real business cycle (RBC) theory assumes that these periodic fluctuations are caused primarily by real factors.
In order to determine which shocks have the greatest impact on cyclical fluctuations, an influential group of classical macroeconomists, led by Edward Prescott of the University of Minnesota and Finn Kydland from Carnegie Mellon University, developed a theory known as the Real Business Cycle theory, which received the Nobel Prize in 2004.
Indeterminacy, Aggregate Demand, and the Real Business Cycle.
These outcomes are consistent with a real business cycle model and the empirical finding of Kalemli-Ozcan, Papaioannou, and Peydro [NBER Working Paper No.
1991) Real business Cycles in a Small Open Economy.
3) Real business cycle theorists, such as Kydland and Prescott (1991, 1996), further entrenched the growth cycle concept as part of accepted macroeconomic methodology.
According to standard RBC evaluation techniques, there is a high degree of similarity between a broad variety of monetary and real business cycle models driven by productivity, monetary, cost-push, and preference shocks.
I think some people feel that the Brookings Papers missed something in that two prominent developments in macroeconomics over the period of its existence--the rational expectations revolution and the simple general-equilibrium real business cycle model--did not figure prominently in the Panel's discussions.
In the course I introduced the real business cycle model economy, which is the single sector growth model in which people decide how much of their income to consume and save and how much of their time endowment to allocate to the market.
This paper starts with a standard real business cycle (one sector stochastic growth) model and verifies that its asset-pricing implications are a disaster.
Following the real business cycle (RBC) literature, the author defines the growth and business cycle components of IOP as its smoothed trend and its deviations of the smoothed trend from the actual IOP values, respectively.
Thus, what was the most important topic--indeed, the raison d'etre--of old-style macro, namely the problem of mass unemployment, is literally not on the agenda of mainstream advanced research now, first pushed to the periphery of interest by the ingenious rationalisations of monetarist (voluntary) search theory, and then dumped right off the stage by the inter-temporal labour/leisure substitution model of real business cycle theory.