Empirical research indicates that learning-by-doing may be one of the main causes of falling production costs. A number of authors like Arrow, Fudenberg and Tirole, Dasgupta and Stiglitz, have focused on the theoretical implications of learning-by-doing. However, a complete framework incorporating learning, stock building as well as uncertainty, is lacking in the literature. In this paper we broaden...
Our general goal in this paper is to show how to implement in GAMS standard deterministic nonlinear macro models, and stochastic linear macro models with rational expectations. We will also present basic concepts on solution methods and policy analysis for these kinds of models. As a practical illustration, we will use some well known teaching and experimental models in the macroeconomic literature.
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