Solving the Stochastic Growth Model by Linear-Quadratic Approximation and by Value-Function Iteration
Lawrence Christiano ()
Journal of Business & Economic Statistics, 1990, vol. 8, issue 1, 23-26
This article describes three approximation methods I used to solve the growth model (Model 1) studied by the National Bureau of Economic Research's nonlinear rational-expectations-modeling group project, the results of which are summarized by Taylor and Uhling (1990). The methods involve computing exact solutions to models that approximate Model 1 in different ways. The first two methods approximate Model 1 about its nonstochastic steady state. The third method works with a version of the model in which the state space has been discretized. A value-function iteration method is used to solve that model.
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