The empirical performance of transaction period length in cash-in-advance models of money demand
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Cash-in-advance models of money demand make strong predictions about stochastic properties of key endogenous macroeconomic variables. Hodrick, Kocherlakota, and Lucas (1991) showed that the models by Lucas (1984), Svensson (1985), and Stokey, and Lucas (1987) were not generating dataset consistent with the sample values. In this study we investigate whether Arnwine (2000) can generate consistent statistical values of key endogenous variables. We use the same methods as Hodrick, Kocherlakota, and Lucas (1991).