Why is Unemployment so Countercyclical?

We argue that wage inertia plays a pivotal role in allowing empirically plausible variants of the standard search and matching model to account for the large countercyclical response of unemployment to shocks.

01. January 2020

Authors Lawrence J. Christiano Martin S. Eichenbaum Mathias Trabandt

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