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Bodart, Vincent
De Walque, Gregory
Pierrard, Olivier
Sneessens, Henri R.
Wouters, Raf
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IZA Discussion Papers 2528
In this paper, we propose a search and matching model with nominal stickiness à la Calvo in the wage bargaining. We analyze the properties of the model, first, in the context of a typical real business cycle model driven by stochastic productivity shocks and second, in a fully specified monetary DSGE model with various real and nominal rigidities and multiple shocks. The model generates realistic statistics for the important labor market variables.
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