Heterogeneous Agents Resources and toolKit
HARK is a toolkit for simplifying and speeding up the development of solutions and estimation methods for new models.
Econ-ARK has developed an open source repository of highly modular, easily interoperable code for solving, simulating, and estimating dynamic economic models with heterogeneous agents.
Demonstrations of tools, AgentTypes, and ModelClasses
DemARK contains a collection of code demonstrations to give you a feeling for how the code works and what you can do with it.
These demonstrations form a repository produced by Econ-ARK containing a series of Jupyter Notebooks for demonstrating how to use material in the Econ-ARK.
R[eplications/eproductions] and Explorations Made using ARK
REMARKs are self-contained and complete projects that can be executed by anyone.
They include Explorations using HARK to demonstrate modelling ideas, Replications of important results of published papers written using other tools, and Reproductions of all the code within a paper.
The heart of Econ-ARK is making reproducible papers. The ARKitecture of Econ-ARK consists of a code toolkit (HARK), demonstrations of using the toolkit (DemARK), and a Materials Library replicating modeling results of published papers (REMARK).
The Materials Library is a single-source-of-truth for all Econ-ARK published and working materials. These include reproducible papers, examples, demonstrations, documentation, notebooks and teaching material.
This paper builds foundations for rigorous and intuitive understanding of 'buffer stock' saving models (Bewley (1977)-like models with a wealth target), pairing each theoretical result with quantitative illustrations. After describing...
This repository provides an analysis of the trend in forecast errors made by the Tealbook/Greenbook(GB) and the Survey of Professional Forecasters(SPF) for measures of the unemployment rate and real growth...
Analysis of Models for "Consumer Spending During Unemployment- Positive and Normative Implications"