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The Shimer puzzle and the correct identification of productivity shocks

ReМЃgis Barnichon

The Shimer puzzle and the correct identification of productivity shocks

by ReМЃgis Barnichon

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Shimer (2005a) claims that the Mortensen-Pissarides search model of unemployment lacks an ampiflication mechanism because it cannot generate the observed business cycle fluctuations in unemployment given labor productivity shocks of plausible magnitude. This paper argues that part of the problem lies with the correct identification of productivity shocks. Because of the endogeneity of measured labor productivity, filtering out the trend component as in Shimer (2005a) may not correctly identify the shocks driving unemployment. Using a New-Keynesian framework with search unemployment, this paper estimates that close to 50% of the Shimer puzzle is due to the misidentification of productivity shocks. In addition, I show that extending the search model with an aggregate demand side remarkably improves the ability of the standard search model to match the moments of key labor market variables.

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StatementRégis Barnichon.
SeriesCEP discussion paper -- no. 823
ContributionsLondon School of Economics and Political Science. Centre for Economic Performance.
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LC Control Number2007619425

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Downloadable. Shimer (a) claims that the Mortensen-Pissarides search model of unemployment lacks an ampiflication mechanism because it cannot generate the observed business cycle fluctuations in unemployment given labor productivity shocks of plausible magnitude. This paper argues that part of the problem lies with the correct identification of Cited by: The Shimer Puzzle and the Identification of Productivity Shocks Article in SSRN Electronic Journal January with 59 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Regis Barnichon.

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Arthur J. Hosios, " On The Efficiency of Matching and Related Models of Search and Unemployment," Review of Economic Studies, Oxford University Press, vol.

57(2), pages Productivity is subject to publicly observed aggregate shocks, and to idiosyncratic shocks that are seen only by the employer.

It is shown that there is a unique equilibrium, provided that the Author: Gabriele Cardullo. The Shimer Puzzle and the Correct Identification of Productivity Shocks Régis Barnichon August Paper No' CEPDP Read Abstract | Full Paper JEL Classification: E32; E37; J63; J64 Tags: unemployment fluctuations; labor productivity; search and.

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Barnichon () concludes that the Shimer puzzle might indicate that productivity shocks are not the main driving force. 1 Andrés et al. () use price rigidity in the retail sector. Closer to this model, is the work of Braun et al.

() and Kuester () that also use a new Keynesian framework. Both authors employ wage rigidity to Cited by: 3. Barnichon, Regis () Productivity, aggregate demand and unemployment fluctuations.

CEPDP (). Centre for Economic Performance, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK. ISBN Barnichon, Regis () The Shimer puzzle and the correct identification of productivity shocks. CEPDP (). Section 3 presents the MP model with life cycle features, and then examines the theoretical age-pattern of labor market flows at the steady state and in response to productivity shocks.

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This result can be understood to arise from the productivity enhancing (cost reducing) effect of offshoring. If the search cost is identical in the two sectors, or even if the search cost is higher in the sector that experiences offshoring, the economy-wide rate of unemployment decreases.

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