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Multisector Growth Models

Theory and Application

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This book provides a practical foundation in general equilibrium theory, discusses how to link the theory to real economic data, and provides clear instructions on how Mathematica can be used to construct model simulations for policy and other analysis.


Titel: Multisector Growth Models
Autoren/Herausgeber: Terry L. Roe, Rodney B. W. Smith, D. Sirin Saracoglu
Ausgabe: 2010

ISBN/EAN: 9781489985064

Seitenzahl: 330
Format: 23,5 x 15,5 cm
Produktform: Taschenbuch/Softcover
Gewicht: 528 g
Sprache: Englisch

The primary objective of this book is to advance the state of the art in specifying and ?tting to data structural multi-sector dynamic macroeconomic models, and empirically implementing them. The fundamental construct upon which we build is the Ramsey model. A most attractive feature of this model is the insights it provides into the dynamics of an economy in tr- sition to long-run equilibrium. With some exceptions, Ramsey models are highly aggregated – typically single sector models. However, interest often lies in understanding the forces of e- nomic growth across multiple sectors of an economy and on how policy impacts likely play out over time. Such analyses call for moredisaggregatedmodelsthatcanbe?ttocountryorregional data.Thisbookshowshowto:(i)extendthebasicmodeltom- tiple sectors, (ii) how to adapt the basic model to account for policy instruments, and (iii) ?t the model to data, and obtain equilibrium values both forward and backward in time from the data points to which the model is initially ?t.

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