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    Title: 通貨膨脹與資本累積---一個兩部門成長模型
    Other Titles: Inflation and Capital Accumulation in a Two-Sector Cash-In-Advance Economy.
    Authors: 霍德明
    Contributors: 國際貿易研究所
    Keywords: 通貨膨脹;資本累積;現金餘額限制
    Inflation;Capital accumulation;Cash-in-advance constraint
    Date: 1994
    Issue Date: 2014-09-02
    Abstract: 本計畫探討通貨膨脹與資本累積間之關係,我利用一個兩部門之動態貨幣模型來研究此問題,在此模型中同時有兩種貨物被生產與消費。兩部門間的邊際技術轉換率係由模型內生決定。此模型可歸類於國際貿易理論中常用的特定要素模型:三種特定生產要素為土地、勞動、資本。在此模型中,貨幣係由現金餘額限制方式因入,我討論各種不同設定下之動態穩定性。最後我藉由此模型探討通貨膨脹對兩種貨物之間相對價格之改變,此種改變會導致生產要素在兩部門間移動,而此種移動為造成資本累積變化的主因。
    This paper studies a two-sector monetary growth model in which money is introduced through a cash-in-advance constraint. The technological rate of transformation between different goods is determined endogenously. A perfectly anticipated inflation changes the relative price between contemporary goods, because they are differentially subject to the cash-in-advance constraint. Contrary to the previous conclusion, inflation may shift factor inputs in such a way as to promote capital accumulation, even though investment is subject to the cash-in-advance constraint.
    Relation: 行政院國家科學委員會
    Data Type: report
    Appears in Collections:[國際經營與貿易學系 ] 國科會研究計畫

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