Referencias bibliográficas


Lecturas recomendadas

Consumo y ahorro

  • Allen, F. and D. Gale (2007): Understanding Financial Crises, Oxford University Press, Oxford, England. (capítulo 2.1)
  • Moss, D.A. (2002): When All Else Fails: The Government as the Ultimate Risk Manager, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA. (capítulo 5)
  • Mankiw, N.G. (2009): Macroeconomics, Worth Publishers, New York, NY. (7th edition) (capítulo 17)
  • Barro, R.J. (1997): Macroeconomics, MIT Press, Cambridge, MA. (5th edition) (capítulo 3)
  • Carrol, C.D. (2001): “A Theory of the Consumption Function, with and without Liquidity Constraints,” Journal of Economic Perspectives, 15(3), 23-45. Descargar
  • Angeletos, G.M., D. Laibson, A. Repetto, J. Tobacman and S. Weinberg (2001): “The Hyperbolic Consumption Model: Calibration, Simulation, and Empirical Evidence,” Journal of Economic Perspectives, 15(3), 47-68. Descargar
  • Gourinchas, P.O. and J.A. Parker (2002): “Consumption over the Life Cycle,” Econometrica, 70(1), 47-89. Descargar**

Oferta laboral

  • Martinez, I. Z., Saez, E., & Siegenthaler, M. (2021). Intertemporal labor supply substitution? Evidence from the swiss income tax holidays. American Economic Review, 111(2), 506-546. Descargar

  • Sigurdsson, J. (2022). Labor supply responses and adjustment frictions: A tax-free year in Iceland. Working Paper. Descargar

Neutralidad de la política monetaria

  • Romer, C. D., & Romer, D. H. (2023). Does Monetary Policy Matter? The Narrative Approach after 35 Years (No. w31170). National Bureau of Economic Research. Descargar
  • Nakamura, E., & Steinsson, J. (2013). Price rigidity: Microeconomic Evidence and Macroeconomic Implications. Annu. Rev. Econ., 5(1), 133-163. Descargar