Bank of Lithuania
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2016-01-23

No 10. Michael Donadelli, Patrick Grüning. Labor market dynamics, endogenous growth, and asset prices

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We extend the endogenous growth model of Kung and Schmid (2015) by adding endogenous labor dynamics and wage rigidities. This leads to an increase of about 250 basis points in risk premia. Additionally, it brings labor market quantities much closer to their empirical counterparts. In particular, wage rigidities generate an increase of around 60 basis points in labor growth volatility.

JEL Codes: E22, G12, O30, O41.

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Michael Donadelli, Patrick Grüning, Endogenous growth, Asset pricing, wage rigidities, Innovation