PART (1): Some Facts and the DSGE Model.
- Basic facts about money, macroeconomic activity and monetary policy: Walsh, Ch 1
- Identifying the impact of money shocks: some hints on VAR analysis: M. Enders, Sects. 5.5-5.8
- The standard New Keynesian DSGE Model: Walsh, Ch 8
PART (2): Inflation, Interest Rates, Exchange Rates and Asset Pricing
- Time-Inconsistency as a theory of Inflation: Romer, Sect. 11.7
- The Term Structure of Interest Rates: Walsh, Ch 10.3
- Exchange Rates: the Dornbusch model: Blanchard & Fischer, Ch. 10, Sect. 10.4
- Consumption and Asset Pricing: Romer, Sect.8.5
PART (3): The Role of Credit in Macroeconomics
- Credit Rationing: the Stiglitz & Weiss’ model: Walsh Ch 10.6
- Bank Runs: Diamond & Dybvig (1983, JPE); baby-version: D. Diamond (2007, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond Quarterly Review); The Lender of Last Resort: some history: Mishkin & White (2014), NBER wp #20737.
- Credit, Money and Aggregate Demand: Bernanke & Blinder (1988, AER)
- Credit cycles and aggregate fluctuations: Kiyotaki & Moore (1997, JPE); Some evidence: Gieseke, Longstaff, Schaefer, Strebulev (2014, JFE)
- Fisher-Minsky debt-driven slumps: Eggertsson & Krugman (2012, QJE)
- New ways to monetary policy: B. Friedman (2013), NBER wp #18960.