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1 Introduction The current research on monetary business cycles introduces sticky prices as a source of monetary non-neutrality, but assumes otherwise that agents adopt an optimizing behaviour and have rational expectations. 1) i=0 Inflation does not depend on its own lags but only on a discounted sequence of expected output gaps. Consequently, it displays no persistence other than the persistence of the driving variable. 2) is to consider that expectations about the exogenous variable yt+i are derived from the past behaviour of inflation and output.
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