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Ali Hussein Samadi, Sakine Owjimehr,
Volume 6, Issue 19 (3-2015)

Hybrid sticky price model is one of  the main models, used to analyze the Persistencyand inertia in inflation. In recent years, Mankiw and Reis (2002),s sticky information model, has also been considered by many economic analysts. So, in present paper, we try to investigate and compare these models by using a Dynamic Stochastic General Equilibrium (DSGE) framework, based on new Keynesian structure. For this purpose, the data 1370:1-1391:4 Iran's economy has been used. The results of the estimated coefficient of inflation inertia indicate, inflation inertia in the model of hybrid price stickiness is more than information stickiness model. Inflation Persistency analysis is based on comparing the autocorrelation function of the original data and simulated data, show that hybrid price stickiness is better thaninformation stickiness model shows inflation persistence.It seems to be a hybrid price stickiness model more consistent with the economy of Iran and economic policy makers can be more confident of the results of this model to use them.

Ali Akbar Gholizade, Maryam Noroozonejad,
Volume 10, Issue 36 (6-2019)

This paper studies the relationship between housing prices and business cycles in Iran. Since housing has a dual nature, that is, both private and capital nature, it can play an important role in investment costs and economic growth and incite other manufacturing sectors in the country. In this paper, housing prices and business cycles have been used to measure housing as a collateral, which is included in corporate credit constraints as well as a shock based on observations in housing price fluctuations. In order to investigate the relationship between housing prices, investment and economic fluctuations in Iran, seasonal data for the period 1991-2016 was used. To evaluate this dynamic, a dynamic stochastic general equilibrium model has been used. The results show a movement between housing prices and business investments influenced by the dynamics of housing prices in the macroeconomic. The results also indicate that the inclusion of housing prices as a collateral could be a factor in increasing the asset value of firms and, consequently, borrowings and future investments that lead to a move between housing prices and Investment and economic fluctuations in the country.

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