4 edition of Coordination and policy traps found in the catalog.
2003 by Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Dept. of Economics in Cambridge, MA .
Written in English
This paper examines the ability of a policy maker to control equilibrium outcomes in an environment where market participants play a coordination game with information heterogeneity. We consider defense policies against speculative currency attacks in a model where speculators observe the fundamentals with idiosyncratic noise. The policy maker is willing to take a costly policy action only for moderate fundamentals. Market participants can use this information to coordinate on different responses to the same policy action, thus resulting in policy traps, where the devaluation outcome and the shape of the optimal policy are dictated by self-fulfilling market expectations. Despite equilibrium multiplicity, robust policy predictions can be made. The probability of devaluation is monotonic in the fundamentals, the policy maker adopts a costly defense measure only for a small region of moderate fundamentals, and this region shrinks as the information in the market becomes precise. Keywords: Global Games, Coordination, Signaling, Speculative Attacks, Currency Crises, Multiple Equilibria. JEL Classification: C72, D82, D84, E5, E6, F31.
|Statement||George-Marios Angeletos, Christian Hellwig [and] Alessandro Pavan|
|Series||Working paper series / Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Dept. of Economics -- working paper 03-18, Working paper (Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Dept. of Economics) -- no. 03-18.|
|Contributions||Hellwig, Christian, Pavan, Alessandro, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Dept. of Economics|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||36,  p. :|
|Number of Pages||36|
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The policy maker is willing to take a costly policy action only for moderate fundamentals. Market participants can use this information to coordinate on responses to the same policy action, thus resulting in policy traps, where the devaluation outcome and the shape of the optimal policy are dictated by self-fulfilling market by: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Angeletos, Marios.
Coordination and policy traps. Cambridge, Mass.: National Bureau of Economic Research, © Coordination and Policy Traps∗ George-Marios Angeletos Christian Hellwig Alessandro Pavan MIT and NBER UCLA Northwestern University First draft: July This version: April Abstract This paper examines the ability of a policy maker to control equilibrium outcomes in a global.
The policy maker is willing to take a costly policy action only for moderate fundamentals. Market participants can use this information to coordinate on responses to the same policy action, thus resulting in policy traps, where the devaluation outcome and the shape of the optimal policy are dictated by self-fulfilling market expectations.
Coordination and Policy Traps∗ George-Marios Angeletos MIT and NBER Christian Hellwig UCLA Alessandro Pavan Northwestern University This draft: April Abstract This paper examines the ability of a policy maker to control equilibrium outcomes in an envi-ronment where market participants play a coordination game with information heterogeneity.
Coordination and Policy Traps 5 mon knowledge. Our results thus strike a delicate balance between equilibrium indeterminacy and predictive ability. In the benchmark model, the policy maker faces no uncertainty about the aggressiveness of market expectations in any given equilibrium.
We relax this assumption in Section 5 by introducing. Coordination and Policy Traps George-Marios Angeletos, Christian Hellwig, and Alessandro Pavan NBER Working Paper No. June JEL No. C72, D82, D84, E5, E6, F31 ABSTRACT This paper examines the ability of a policy maker to control equilibrium outcomes in an environment.
Coordination and Policy Traps∗ George-Marios Angeletos Christian Hellwig Alessandro Pavan MIT and NBER UCLA Northwestern University First draft: July This version: March Abstract This paper examines the role of policy in coordination environments such as currency crises and bank runs by introducing signaling in Coordination and policy traps book global game.
South Africa has exhibited tepid economic growth over the past twenty years as well as high levels of income inequality characteristic of a middle income country growth trap. This paper compares and contrasts South Africa’s growth trap relative to middle-income peer economies.
In addition, we study the policies and structures of the South African economy that have indeed perpetuated the. Downloadable. South Africa has exhibited tepid economic growth over the past twenty years as well as high levels of income inequality characteristic of a middle income country growth trap.
This paper compares and contrasts South Africa's growth trap relative to middle-income peer economies. In addition, we study the policies and structures of Coordination and policy traps book South African economy that have indeed.
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Introducing Vertical Policy Coordination to Comparative Policy Analysis: The Missing Link between Policy Production and Implementation. Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis: Research and Practice, Vol.
21, Issue. 5, p. trols a policy instrument that affects the agents’ payoff from attacking. Since policy choices depend on the type of the policy maker and are observed by the agents before they decide whether to attack, this intro-duces signaling to the global coordination game.
If the policy did not convey any information, the equilibrium would. title = "Signaling in a global game: Coordination and policy traps", abstract = "This paper introduces signaling in a global game so as to examine the informational role of policy in coordination environments such as currency crises and bank runs.
CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): This paper examines the ability of a policy maker to control equilibrium outcomes in a global coordination game; applications include currency attacks, bank runs, and debt crises.
A unique equilibrium is known to survive when the policy is exogenously fixed. We show that, by convey-ing information, endogenous policy. Policy Coordination and Growth Traps in a Middle-Income Country Setting The Case of South Africa Book Chapter This peer-reviewed research is available free of charge.
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pp. June 38 Pages Posted: 25 Jun Last revised: 3 Jun CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): This paper introduces signaling in a global game so as to examine the informational role of policy in coordination environments such as currency crises and bank runs.
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The ﬁrst one is Lemma 2, which was used without proof in Proposition 4 (unbounded policy noise). The second is. Alternative institutional arrangements for the conduct of monetary policy which impose limited forms of commitment on the policymaker can eliminate expectation traps.
Journal of Economic Literature Classification Numbers: E31, E42, E50, E51, E "Coordination and Policy Traps," NBER Working PapersNational Bureau of Economic Research, Inc. George-Marios Angeletos & Christian Hellwig & Alessandro Pavan, " Coordination and Policy Traps," Levine's BibliographyUCLA Department of Economics.
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