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Paper: Crisis y Política Monetaria

The Great Escape? A Quantitative Evaluation of the Fed’s Non-Standard Policies

Abstract
This paper extends the model in Kiyotaki and Moore (2008) to include nominal wage and price frictions and explicitly incorporates the zero bound on the short-term nominal interest rate. We subject this model to a shock which arguably captures the 2008 US financial crisis. Within this framework we ask: Once interest rate cuts are nolonger feasible due to the zero bound, what are the effects of non-standard open market operations in which the government exchanges liquid government liabilities for illiquidprivate assets? We find that the effect of this non-standard monetary policy can belarge at zero nominal interest rates. We show model simulations in which these policy interventions prevented a repeat of the Great Depression in 2008-2009.
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