Endogenously Incomplete Markets: Macroeconomic Implications
journal contributionposted on 01.08.1970 by Christopher Sleet
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Endogenously incomplete models derive restrictions on asset trading from primitive constraints on the enforcement and monitoring technologies available to societies. They have been applied to a wide variety of macroeconomic problems. This essay reviews some of these applications and the models that underpin them.