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The Friedman Rule in an Overlapping Generations Model:Social Security in Reverse
(Vanderbilt University, 2007)
The welfare gains from adopting a zero nominal interest policy depend on the implementation details. Here I focus on a government loan program that crowds out lending and borrowing and other money substitutes. Since money ...
The Role of Government in the Credit Market
(Vanderbilt University, 2009)
The paper assumes a government advantage in collecting income contingent payments and develop a proposal for a government loan program that is an integral part of the tax system. The focus is on administrative costs and ...
Implementing the Friedman Rule by a Government Loan Program: An Overlapping Generations Model
(Vanderbilt University, 2008)
The welfare gains from adopting a zero nominal interest policy depend on the implementation details. Here I argue that implementing the Friedman rule by a government loan program may be better than implementing it by ...