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Reference Database

The DSGE Papers menu gives access to a list of references compiled by Juan Carluccio and containing over 1000 entries as of January 1st, 2010. The reference database is powered by Refbase. It contains neat features.

Researchers who register with the reference database can directly add to it and maintain private notes about any reference (in the yellow part of the record). They also gain the permission to export their own selection of the database in several popular bibliography formats (bibtex, end-notes,...).

When adding new references, please, use field "publication" for Journal name or Working Paper series and field "Volume" for Journal Volume and Working Paper Number. Don't forget keywords and URL (at the bottom of the record) if it exists. If you have a choice give the one that is freely accessible.

Please, add references directly or send new ones to Juan Carluccio or Michel Juillard (once you are registered, see user list for email addresses). If you have already compiled bibliographies on DSGE modeling, monetary and fiscal policies and want to share them you can also send them and we will try to find a way to add them in batch.

Volker Wieland's Macroeconomic Model Database

Version 1.2 is available. The database covers now 50 models. It includes small, medium- and large-scale models of the United States, the Euro Area, Canada, and several small , medium- and large-scale models of the United States, the Euro Area, Canada, and several small open emerging economies. In addition, there are a few models with two or more economies.
The list includes state-of-the art DSGE models, earlier-generation New-Keynesian models with rational expectations as well as more traditional Keynesian-style models with adaptive expectations. It is also possible to add new models. The process is described in Wieland, V., T. Cwik, G. Mueller, S. Schmidt and M. Wolters. “A New Comparative Approach to Macroeconomic Modeling and Policy Analysis,” Working Paper Goethe University Frankfurt, 2009.

The current version uses the solution methods in Dynare 3.065 and works also with Dynare 4.2.1

Recent applications involve economic forecasting, monetary policy optimization under model uncertainty, evaluation of fiscal stimulus and the effects of the zero bound on nominal interest rates.

Planned initiatives include expanding the set of models to include more emerging economies and implementing different assumptions regarding expectation formation and the role of the financial sector.

Current version: 1.2



The database can be downloaded from


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