Julio Rotemberg

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Julio Rotemberg
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Born (1953-09-26)September 26, 1953[1]
Buenos Aires, Argentina [1]
Died April 2, 2017(2017-04-02) (aged 63)[1]
Newton, Massachusetts, USA
Nationality Argentina
Institution Harvard Business School
MIT Sloan School of Management
Field Monetary economics
School or
tradition
New Keynesian economics
Alma mater Princeton University
California–Berkeley
Doctoral
advisor
Alan Blinder
William Hoban Branson
Contributions First New Keynesian DSGE model, especially on monopolistic competition
Information at IDEAS / RePEc

Julio Jacobo Rotemberg was an Argentine/American economist at Harvard Business School. He was known for his collaboration with Michael Woodford on the first New Keynesian DSGE model, especially on monopolistic competition.[2] He was also known for an alternative model of sticky prices.[3]

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

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Harvard Business School Professor Julio Rotemberg Dies at 63 - News - Harvard Business School". www.hbs.edu. Retrieved 11 July 2017. 
  2. ^ Rotemberg, Julio; Woodford, Michael (1993), "Dynamic General Equilibrium Models with Imperfectly Competitive Product Markets" (PDF), NBER Working Paper, 4502 
  3. ^ Rotemberg, Julio J. (1982), "Sticky Prices in the United States", Journal of Political Economy, 90 (6): 1187–1211, JSTOR 1830944, doi:10.1086/261117 

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