21 July 2017
Dynamic Political Economy
This course introduces students to modeling policy choices in a dynamic setting. It starts with applications of dynamic programming techniques to incentive problems, both for the design of policies, their credibility. We then characterize equilibrium when policies themselves are endogenous and equilibria are restricted to be Markov. Most examples will be on fiscal policy.
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