|Born||September 26, 1953|
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
|Died||April 2, 2017 (aged 63)|
Newton, Massachusetts, USA
|Institution||Harvard Business School|
MIT Sloan School of Management
|New Keynesian economics|
|Alma mater||Princeton University|
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. He was also known for an alternative model of sticky prices.
Rotemberg held a B.A. in economics (1975) from the University of California, Berkeley, and a Ph.D. in economics (1981) from Princeton University.
- ^ a b c "Harvard Business School Professor Julio Rotemberg Dies at 63 – News – Harvard Business School". www.hbs.edu. Retrieved 11 July 2017.
- ^ Rotemberg, Julio; Woodford, Michael (1993), "Dynamic General Equilibrium Models with Imperfectly Competitive Product Markets", NBER Working Paper No. 4502, doi:10.3386/w4502
- ^ Rotemberg, Julio J. (1982), "Sticky Prices in the United States", Journal of Political Economy, 90 (6): 1187–1211, CiteSeerX 10.1.1.675.8591, doi:10.1086/261117, JSTOR 1830944, S2CID 7965196
- "Sticky Prices in the United States". Journal of Political Economy, University of Chicago Press. December 1982.
- "The New Keynesian Microfoundations". NBER Macroeconomics Annual 1987, Volume 2.
- "Human Relations in the Workplace". Journal of Political Economy. August 1994.
- Rotemberg and Garth Saloner. "A Supergame-Theoretic Model of Price Wars during Booms". American Economic Review. June 1986.
- 1953 births
- 2017 deaths
- American economists
- New Keynesian economists
- University of California, Berkeley alumni
- Princeton University alumni
- Harvard Business School faculty
- MIT Sloan School of Management alumni
- Fellows of the Econometric Society
- Distinguished Fellows of the American Economic Association
- Labor economists
- American economist stubs