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Smolny, Werner
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Discussion Paper, Center for International Labor Economics (CILE), University of Konstanz 12
In the paper, a model of the firm with a delayed adjustment of prices and supply is analyzed. Prices and supply are determined under uncertainty about the location of the demand curve. Three models are distinguished: a price setting with predetermined supply, supply determination with predetermined prices, and a simultaneous price and supply determination. It is shown that many of the results of the deterministic case can be transferred to this stochastic model set-up. The deterministic model is included as a special case of the presented model. However, the model here allows for supply rigidities and labour hoarding and permits the analysis of price adjustment and rationing situations.
monopolistic price setting
adjustment delays
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