Julio Rotemberg

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Julio Rotemberg
Born c. 1953 (age 60–61)
Nationality Argentina
Institution Harvard Business School
MIT Sloan School of Management
Field Monetary economics
School/tradition New Keynesian economics
Alma mater Princeton University
California–Berkeley
Contributions First New Keynesian DSGE model, especially on monopolistic competition
Information at IDEAS/RePEc

Julio J. Rotemberg is an Argentine/American economist at Harvard Business School. He is known for his collaboration with Michael Woodford on the first New Keynesian DSGE model, especially on monopolistic competition.[1] He is also known for an alternative model of sticky prices.[2]

Rotemberg holds a B.A. in Economics (1975) from the University of California, Berkeley, and a Ph.D. in Economics (1981) from Princeton University.

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  1. ^ Rotemberg, Julio; Woodford, Michael (1993), "Dynamic General Equilibrium Models with Imperfectly Competitive Product Markets", NBER Working Paper 4502 
  2. ^ Rotemberg, Julio J. (1982), "Sticky Prices in the United States", Journal of Political Economy 90 (6): 1187–1211, doi:10.1086/261117, JSTOR 1830944 

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