Structural macro-econometric modelling in a policy environment
Martin Fukac and
Adrian Pagan ()
No RWP 10-08, Research Working Paper from Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
In this paper we review the evolution of macroeconomic modelling in a policy environment that took place over the past sixty years. We identify and characterise four generations of macro models. Particular attention is paid to the fourth generation -- dynamic stochastic general equilibrium models. We discuss some of the problems in how these models are implemented and quantified.
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