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  • CARDIA, Emanuela; KOZHAYA, Norma; RUGE-MURCIA, Francisco (1999)
    This paper examines empirically the effects of distortionary taxation on labor supply using a general equilibrium framework. The long-term relations predicted by the model are derived and tested using Canadian data between ...
  • BOUAKEZ, Hafedh; CARDIA, Emanuela; RUGE-MURCIA, Francisco (Université de Montréal - Département de sciences économiques, 2008-08)
    Barsky, House and Kimball (2007) show that introducing durable goods into a sticky-price model leads to negative sectoral comovement of production following a monetary policy shock and, under certain conditions, to aggregate ...
  • AMBLER, Steve; BOUAKEZ, Hafedh; CARDIA, Emanuela (Université de Montréal - Département de sciences économiques, 2008-09)
    Recent empirical evidence from vector autoregressions (VARs) suggests that public spending shocks increase (crowd in) private consumption. Standard general equilibrium models predict the opposite. We show that a standard ...
  • BOUAKEZ, Hafedh; CARDIA, Emanuela; RUGE-MURCIA, Francisco (2002)
    This paper studies the persistent effects of monetary shocks on output. Previous empirical literature documents this persistence, but standard general equilibrium models with sticky prices fail to generate output responses ...
  • CARDIA, Emanuela; NG, Serena (2000)
    This paper examines the implications of intergenerational transfers of time and money for labor supply and capital accumulation. Although intergenerational transfers of time in the form of grandparenting are as substantial ...
  • CARDIA, Emanuela; ZIMMERMANN, Christian (2000)
    Modern business cycle theory involves developing models that explain stylized facts. For this strategy to be successful, these facts should be well established. In this paper, we focus on the stylized facts of international ...
  • AMBLER, Steve; CARDIA, Emanuela; ZIMMERMANN, Christian (2000)
    Multi-country models have not been very successful in replicating important features of the international transmission of business cycles. Standard models predict cross-country correlations of output and consumption which ...
  • BOUAKEZ, Hafedh; CARDIA, Emanuela; RUGE-MURCIA, Francisco J. (Université de Montréal, Département de sciences économiques, 2009-02)
    In this paper, we study the macroeconomic implications of sectoral heterogeneity and, in particular, heterogeneity in price setting, through the lens of a highly disaggregated multi-sector model. The model incorporates ...
  • CARDIA, Emanuela; GOMME, Paul (2013-07)
    Over the twentieth century, the allocation of womens' time changed dramatically. This paper explores the implications for the allocation of married womens' time stemming from: (1) the household revolution associated with ...
  • BOUAKEZ, Hafedh; CARDIA, Emanuela; RUGE-MURCIA, Francisco (2005)
    This paper constructs and estimates a sticky-price, Dynamic Stochastic General Equilibrium model with heterogenous production sectors. Sectors differ in price stickiness, capital-adjustment costs and production technology, ...

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