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The Risky Steady State*

Coeurdacier, N., Rey, H., Winant, P.
Date Published: 2011
Coeurdacier, Nicolas, Hélène Rey, and Pablo Winant. "The Risky Steady State." The American Economic Review 101.3 (2011): 398-401.

Abstract:
The risky steady-state is the point where agents choose to stay at a given date if they

expect future risk and if the realization of shocks is 0 at this date.



Citation:
Coeurdacier, Nicolas, Hélène Rey, and Pablo Winant. "The Risky Steady State." The American Economic Review 101.3 (2011): 398-401.
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*This material is based upon work supported by the European Research Council grant number 210584 on "Countries' external balance sheets, dynamics of international adjustment and capital flows".



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