New York University
Department of Economics
ECON-GA 3002
Advanced Game Theory
C. Wilson
April 25, 2012
Sequential Bayesian Games
So far, we have considered Bayesian games in which every information set is reached for every
strategy prole. As a consequence
Empirical Methods
Fall 2012
Problem set 1
The following is a simple new-Keynesian model. The variable is the output
gap, is ination, is nominal interest, is a demand shock, is a cost-push
shock, and is a monetary-policy shock. The rst equation is a versio
Empirical Methods
Fall 2012
Problem set 2
The following is a simple new-Keynesian model. The variable is the output
gap, is ination, is nominal interest, is a demand shock, is a cost-push
shock, and is a monetary-policy shock. The rst equation is a versio
Empirical Methods, Fall 2012
Problem set 3
The following is a simple new-Keynesian model. The variable is the output
gap, is ination, is nominal interest, is a demand shock, is a cost-push
shock, and is a monetary-policy shock. The rst equation is a versi
Empirical Methods, Fall 2012
Problem set 4
Due on Wednesday December 12.
The following is a simple new-Keynesian model. The variable is the output
gap, is ination, is nominal interest, is a demand shock, is a cost-push
shock, and is a monetary-policy shoc
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