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Behavioural economics is seeing increased acceptance as a legitimate way of thinking about economic issues. 0000010067 00000 n There is a growing number of researchers developing ‘agent-based’ models and ‘behavioural’ macroeconomic models (Alfarano et al. These measure the inflation and output volatility choices the central bank faces when it increases its inflation control (measured by the sensitivity of the interest rate to changes in inflation in the Taylor rule). 0000004895 00000 n relates to the decision-making process behind an economic outcome of individuals and institutions It can be argued that in a world of great complexity that nobody fully understands, such a process of adaptive learning might be the rational way of deal handling this complexity (Simon 1957, Gigerenzer and Selten 2002, Ackerlof and Shiller2009). 0000001826 00000 n Put differently, as we move down from point A there is an unambiguous increase in welfare. 0000008991 00000 n FOUNDATIONS OF BEHAVIORAL FINANCE. 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Behavioural economics is seeing increased acceptance as a legitimate way of thinking about economic issues. 0000010067 00000 n There is a growing number of researchers developing ‘agent-based’ models and ‘behavioural’ macroeconomic models (Alfarano et al. These measure the inflation and output volatility choices the central bank faces when it increases its inflation control (measured by the sensitivity of the interest rate to changes in inflation in the Taylor rule). 0000004895 00000 n relates to the decision-making process behind an economic outcome of individuals and institutions It can be argued that in a world of great complexity that nobody fully understands, such a process of adaptive learning might be the rational way of deal handling this complexity (Simon 1957, Gigerenzer and Selten 2002, Ackerlof and Shiller2009). 0000001826 00000 n Put differently, as we move down from point A there is an unambiguous increase in welfare. 0000008991 00000 n FOUNDATIONS OF BEHAVIORAL FINANCE. Our decisions would be the result of a careful weighing of costs and benefits and informed by existing preferences. It is not the result of imposing such a feature on the stochastic shocks hitting the economy. 0000002410 00000 n 2013, ECB 2015). We need to do better – and that is what we have been trying to do in a series of publications (De Grauwe 2012, De Grauwe and Corrado 2015, De Grauwe and Ji 2016, 2017a). There are many ways in which one can depart from mainstream macroeconomic models. As we increase the degree of flexibility, we move down along the downward sloping segment of the line. In that case, the central bank can pursue a tighter inflation target without paying a price in terms of a higher output volatility. In an ideal world, defaults, frames, and price anchors would not have any bearing on consumer choices. Chapter 4: The Transmission of Shocks . 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Presently, many macroeconomic models, representing different theories, [4] are derived by aggregating microeconomic models allowing economists to test them with both macroeconomic and … Research-based policy analysis and commentary from leading economists, Behavioural economics is also useful in macroeconomics, Paul De Grauwe, Yuemei Ji 01 November 2017. 0000003839 00000 n In order to understand Figure 1 let us first concentrate on the case of low flexibility (b2 = 0.1). - Martin Dufwenberg, University of Arizona "Sanjit Dhami's Foundations of Behavioral Economic Analysis is a major and most impressive achievement. 0000002883 00000 n 0000003307 00000 n These models then lead to the view that business cycle fluctuations occur as a result of exogenous events (shocks) that force individuals to reconsider their optimal plans. 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Behavioural economics is seeing increased acceptance as a legitimate way of thinking about economic issues. 0000010067 00000 n There is a growing number of researchers developing ‘agent-based’ models and ‘behavioural’ macroeconomic models (Alfarano et al. These measure the inflation and output volatility choices the central bank faces when it increases its inflation control (measured by the sensitivity of the interest rate to changes in inflation in the Taylor rule). 0000004895 00000 n relates to the decision-making process behind an economic outcome of individuals and institutions It can be argued that in a world of great complexity that nobody fully understands, such a process of adaptive learning might be the rational way of deal handling this complexity (Simon 1957, Gigerenzer and Selten 2002, Ackerlof and Shiller2009). 0000001826 00000 n Put differently, as we move down from point A there is an unambiguous increase in welfare. 0000008991 00000 n FOUNDATIONS OF BEHAVIORAL FINANCE. Our decisions would be the result of a careful weighing of costs and benefits and informed by existing preferences. It is not the result of imposing such a feature on the stochastic shocks hitting the economy. 0000002410 00000 n 2013, ECB 2015). We need to do better – and that is what we have been trying to do in a series of publications (De Grauwe 2012, De Grauwe and Corrado 2015, De Grauwe and Ji 2016, 2017a). There are many ways in which one can depart from mainstream macroeconomic models. As we increase the degree of flexibility, we move down along the downward sloping segment of the line. In that case, the central bank can pursue a tighter inflation target without paying a price in terms of a higher output volatility. In an ideal world, defaults, frames, and price anchors would not have any bearing on consumer choices. Chapter 4: The Transmission of Shocks .

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