This paper demonstrates a robust proof of the continuous-time transformations of Stockman's cash-in-advance constraints. When the constraint applies to consumption and capital purchases, monetary growth lowers steady state consumption and capital. When the constraint applies only to consumption purchases, monetary growth is superneutral.
Originally published as: Kam, E. (2004). A note on cash-in-advance constraints in continuous time.
Economics Bulletin, 5(4), 1-8.