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Liquidity Effects and the Welfare Costs of Inflation in an Endogenous Growth Model

@inproceedings{Folkertsma2000LiquidityEA,
  title={Liquidity Effects and the Welfare Costs of Inflation in an Endogenous Growth Model},
  author={Carsten Folkertsma},
  year={2000}
}
The paper has two subjects. The first subject is the development of a monetary general equilibrium model with endogenous growth. By combining the two-sector endogenous growth model and the limited participation approach, the model is able to explain the empirically observed liquidity effect of an expansionary monetary policy. The second subject is the effect of inflation on growth and economic welfare. It is shown that the traditional approach to measure the welfare costs of inflation may be… 
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