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Impact multipliers and dynamic properties of the Klein-Goldberger model.

Arthur Stanley Goldberger

Impact multipliers and dynamic properties of the Klein-Goldberger model.

by Arthur Stanley Goldberger

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Published by North-Holland Pub. Co. in Amsterdam .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Income -- Mathematical models.,
  • Income -- United States.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesContributions to economic analysis -- 19.
    ContributionsKlein, Lawrence Robert.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHC110
    The Physical Object
    Pagination138 p.
    Number of Pages138
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17770164M
    LC Control Number60003140

    "The deterministic simulation bias in the Klein-Goldberger model," MPRA Paper Guido & Stagni, Anna & Sterbenz, Frederic, "Stochastic simulation and dynamic properties of the new version of the Carlo & Calzolari, Giorgio & Corsi, Paolo, "The asymptotic distribution of . Klein’s claim is that his empirical model (the Klein-Goldberger model) vindicates Keynes’s theoretical insights, in particular the existence of involuntary unemployment. While praising Klein for having succeeded in making Keynesian theory empirical and dynamic, .

    The shock decomposition for output growth and inflation in Figure is obtained from the SW π model based on the May data vintage and provides an interpretation of the – recession through the lens of a DSGE model. The black and red lines represent the data and the forecasts, both in deviations from the steady state. The Brookings Model: Some Further Resulfs Chicago and Amsterdam: Rand-McNally and North-Holland, Chap. 11, pp. 26 In this connection, the pioneering efforts of George Katona almost forty years ago (, ) must be mentioned. Ronald G. Bodkin and Kanta Marwah Goldberger, Armur S. () Impact Multipliers and Dynamic Properties Cited by: 2.

    Klein’s claim is that his empirical model (the Klein-Gold-berger model) vindicates Keynes’s theoretical insights, in particular the existence of involuntary unemployment. While praising Klein for having succeeded in making Keynesian theory empirical and dynamic, Cited by: 9. Project 2: Klein Model I The work is based on data and a model first published in Economic Fluctuations in the United States by Lawrence R. Klein (). However you do NOT need to consult the book. Background Model I is the simplest of the 3 models in Klein’s book. This was pioneering work which combined the new Cowles Commission.


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to Econ. Anal.). The Klein–Goldberger model was an early macroeconometric model for the United States developed by Lawrence Klein and Arthur Goldberger, Klein's doctoral student at the University of Michigan, in Grounded in Keynesian macroeconomic theory, it describes the workings of the United States economy in terms of 20 simultaneous equations, using time series data from to Impact Multipliers and Dynamic Properties of the Klein-Goldberger Model (Contributions to Economic Analysis) 作者: Arthur S.

Goldberger 出版社: Elsevier Science Publishing Co Inc.,U.S. 出版年: 装帧: Hardcover ISBN: Arthur Stanley Goldberger (Novem – Decem ) was an econometrician and an worked with Nobel Prize winner Lawrence Klein on the development of the Klein–Goldberger macroeconomic model at the University of Michigan.

He died at the age of He spent most of his career at the University of Wisconsin–Madison, where he helped build the Department of Doctoral advisor: Lawrence Klein. THE DYNAMIC PROPERTIES OF THE KLEIN-GOLDBERGER MODEL BY IRMA ADELMAN AND FRANK L.

ADELMAN* The authors examine the dynamic properties of the Klein-Goldberger model of the United States economy by extrapolating the exogenous variables and solving the equations on the IBM for one hundred years. In this process.

Impact Multipliers and Dynamic Properties of the Klein-Goldberger Model by Arthur S. Goldberger (pp. ) Review by: E. Beach DOI: / Goldberger, Impact Multipliers and Dynamic Properties of the Klein–Goldberger Model, published inand the paper by Irma Adelman and Frank L.

Adelman (). Goldberger’s book computed the multipliers of the model for endogenous and exogenous changes in. The authors examine the dynamic properties of the Klein-Goldberger model of the United States economy by extrapolating the exogenous variables and solving the equations on the IBM for one hundred years.

In this process no indication was found of oscillatory behavior. This article first appeared in the Review of the International Statistical Institute, 30 (), Reprinted here with the kind permission of the International Statistical Institute.

The initial part of the computations were carried out by Messrs. Kaptein and W. Siddré, which were subsequently extended and revised by Mr. P.J.M. van den Bogaard and the second by: Goldberger, Impact Multipliers and Dynamic Properties of the Klein-Goldberger Model, pub-lished inand the paper by Irma Adelman and Frank L.

Adelman (). Goldberger™s book computed the multipliers of the model for endogenous and exogenous changes in tax policy, both at impact and over time. Even more pointedly, Goldberger. Impact multipliers and dynamic properties of the Klein–Goldberger model. Amsterdam: North-Holland Publishing Company.

Amsterdam: North-Holland Publishing Company. Google Scholar. HIBBS, D. A., Jr. () “Problems of statistical estimation and causal inference in dynamic, time-series regression models.” Presented to American Political Science Association, Washington, September.

Google ScholarCited by: Goldberger A. Impact Multipliers and Dynamic Properties of the Klein-Goldberger Model.

Amsterdam: North-Holland Publ. Gray Roger W., Sorenson Vernon L., Cochrane Willard W. An Economic Analysis of the Impact of Government Programs on the Potato Industry of the United States. This book describes the estimation and use of Klein Model I, including the formation of the individual equations, the data used for its estimation and the methodology of the construction and use of the model involving the MODLER software and an electronic computer.

The small econometric model known as Klein Model I, or sometimes the Klein Interwar Model, was created by Lawrence R. Klein in the mid to late s and first published in in Cowles Commission monograph No. 11, Economic Fluctuations. Much of modern econometrics stems directly from the post works of Haavelmo and the Cowles Commission (CC) Monograph This paper examines the consolidation process of the Haavelmo-CC research program mainly during the –70 period from three aspects: (i) developments of econometrics textbooks, (ii) emerging themes and trends in econometric research, and (iii) the Cited by: 5.

The research for the paper on the dynamics of the Klein-Goldberger model The research for the paper on the dynamics of the Klein-Goldberger model Adelman, Irma This short note describes the context and computational aspects of the research for the paper The Dynamic Properties of the Klein-Goldberger Model.

This work constituted the first attempt to solve a Author: Adelman, Irma. The authors examine the dynamic properties of the Klein-Goldberger model of the United States economy by extrapolating the exogenous variables and solving the equations on the IBM for one Author: Jan Kmenta.Klein’s claim is that his empirical model (the Klein-Goldberger model) vindicates Keynes’s theoretical insights, in particular the existence of involuntary unemployment.

While praising Klein for having succeeded in making Keynesian theory empirical and dynamic, File Size: KB.The use of these methods should allow to decide upon the model that best approximates the true structure of the economy and how much confidence to place on the predictions from a given : Giorgio Calzolari.