Structural modeling of economic choices of heterogeneous agents

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Alternative Combos Of Parameter Values

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  • Carroll

Alternative Combinations of Parameter Values

Solving heterogeneous agent models in discrete time with many idiosyncratic states by perturbation methods

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  • Author 1 Last Name
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Code that solves models from the paper of Bayer and Luetikke, "Solving heterogeneous agent models in discrete time with many idiosyncratic states by perturbation methods".

Blanchardpa2019

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  • Acalin

Bufferstock Lifecycle

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  • Carroll
  • Yusuf
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Theoretical Foundations of Buffer Stock Saving

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  • Carroll

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...

REMARK: Consumption and Portfolio Choice Over the Life Cycle

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  • Velásquez-Giraldo
  • Zahn

This REMARK is an attempt to reproduce the main results of Cocco, Gomes, & Maenhout (2005), 'Consumption and Portfolio Choice Over the Life Cycle' (https://academic.oup.com/rfs/article-abstract/18/2/491/1599892)

Change Liq Constr

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What Happens To the Consumption Function When A Liquidity Constraint is Tightened?

Chinese Growth

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Do Precautionary Motives Explain China's High Saving Rate?

DCEGM-Upper-Envelope

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DCEGM Upper Envelope

DiamondOLG

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The Diamond OLG Model

EndogenousRetirement

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Epidemiological Expectations in Economics

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  • Wang

‘Epidemiological’ models of belief formation put social interactions at their core; such models are the main (almost, the only) tool used by non-economists to study the dynamics of beliefs in...

FisherTwoPeriod

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The Fisher Two-Period Optimal Consumption Problem

Ganongnoelui

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Gentle-Intro-To-HARK-Buffer-Stock-Model

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A Gentle Introduction to Buffer Stock Saving

Gentle-Intro-To-HARK-PerfForesightCRRA

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A Gentle Introduction to HARK In Perfect Foresight

IncExpectationExample

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The Persistent Shock Model and Income Expectations

KeynesFriedmanModigliani

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Introduction: Keynes, Friedman, Modigliani

KrusellSmith

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Income and wealth heterogeneity in the macroeconomy

LifeCycleModelTheoryVsData

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The Life Cycle Model: Theory vs Data

Liquidity Constraints and Precautionary Saving

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  • Kimball
  • Holm

We provide the analytical explanation of strong interactions between precautionary sav- ing and liquidity constraints that are regularly observed in numerical solutions to consump- tion/saving models. The effects of constraints...

Lucas-Asset-Pricing-Model

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A demonstration of the Lucas Asset-Pricing model

MPC-Out-of-Credit-vs-MPC-Out-of-Income

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The MPC out of Credit vs the MPC Out of Income

Micro-and-Macro-Implications-of-Very-Impatient-HHs

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Micro- and Macroeconomic Implications of Very Impatient Households

Nondurables-During-Great-Recession

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Spending on Nondurables During the Great Recession

Modeling the Consumption Response to the CARES Act

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  • Crawley
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  • White

To predict the effects of the 2020 U.S. CARES Act on consumption, we extend a model that matches responses of households to past consumption stimulus packages. The extension allows us...

PerfForesightCRRA-Approximation

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Perfect Foresight CRRA Model - Approximation

PerfForesightCRRA-SavingRate

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Perfect Foresight CRRA Model - Savings Rate

Optimal Financial Investment over the Life Cycle - Blog Post

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  • Blog
  • Carroll

A Two-Asset Savings Model with an Income-Contribution Scheme

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  • Velásquez-Giraldo

This paper develops a two-asset consumption-savings model and serves as the documentation of an open-source implementation of methods to solve and simulate it in the HARK toolkit. The model represents...

Solvingmicrodsops

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Structural-Estimates-From-Empirical-MPCs-Fagereng-et-al

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Making Structural Estimates From Empirical Results

TractableBufferStock-Interactive

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The Tractable Buffer Stock Model

Candcwithstickye

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  • Crawley
  • Slacalek
  • Kiichi
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Sticky Expectations and Consumption Dynamics.

Chinese Growth

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  • Carroll

Do Precautionary Motives Explain China's High Saving Rate?

cstwMPC-RHetero

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cstwMPC

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ctDiscrete

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My Research Tool

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