2 edition of Policy-oriented econometric models of the Canadian economy. found in the catalog.
Policy-oriented econometric models of the Canadian economy.
John Arthur Sawyer
1969 by Institute for the Quantitative Analysis of Social and Economic Policy in Toronto .
Written in English
|Contributions||Canadian Operational Research Society.|
|LC Classifications||HC115 S34|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||192|
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An Econometric Model of Canada Under the Fluctuating Exchange Rate (Harvard Economic Studies #) (Hardcover) By Lawrence H.
Officer Harvard University Press,pp. About the Book Macroeconomics: Theory, Markets, and Policyprovides complete, concise coverage of introductory macroeconomics theory and policy. It examines the Canadian economy as an economic system, and embeds current Canadian institutions and approaches to monetary policy and fiscal policy within that system.
The contents of this volume comprise the proceedings of the third of a conference series entitled International Symposia in Economic Theory and Econometrics. This conference was held at the IC;s2 (Innovation, Creativity and Capital) Institute at the University of Texas at Austin on May 22–23, l A software system to build econometric models that have nonlinear relations requiring simultaneous solution is described.
The system is presented in the context of a Canadian government research project that constructed a model of almost 1, equations.
tive model of the economy based on tools of statistics then available, required audacity, energy, and a certain personality type. Econometric analysis of time series data could result in gone from a day when policy-oriented macroeconometric modelers tried to apply the probabilityapproach, as inthe 60’s, to a daywhen the most.
A n econometric model is one of the tools economists use to forecast future developments in the economy. Policy-oriented econometric models of the Canadian economy. book the simplest terms, econometricians measure past relationships among such variables as consumer spending, household income, tax rates, interest rates, employment, and the like, and then try to forecast how changes in some variables will affect the future course of others.
The work dedicated to forecasting earned him the Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences "for the creation of econometric models and their application to the analysis of economic fluctuations and. Spatial econometric models: The Spatial view gives details about handling spatial data, along with information about (regression) modeling.
In particular, spatial regression models can be fitted using spatialreg and sphet (the latter using a GMM approach). This forms one chapter in a book on Canadian Economic Problems and Policies, L. Officer and L. Smith (Eds.).
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The Evaluation of Large Econometric Models," American Journal of Agricultural Economics, June Given an econometric model that is a comprehensive representation of the economy and given an objective function that represents the targets and objectives of economic stabilization, the optimal values of policy variables in a given period of time can be obtained through model simulation techniques.
Responses of Various Econometric Models to Selected Policy Shocks Technical Report No. 38 Brian O'Reilly, Graydon Paulin, Philip Smith In July, a seminar was held in Ottawa to compare the responses of nine major econometric models to a previously specified set of shocks to the Canadian economy.
Search for the book on E-ZBorrow. Econometric models & economic forecasts: a computer handbook using SHAZAM for use with Pindyck & Rubinfeld, Econometric models & economic forecasts, third edition / Published: () Canadian economic forecasting in a. Linear Models with More than One Variable 16 Nonlinear Models 18 The Lucas Critique 20 Economic Policy Rules and Shocks in a Stylized Two-Country Model 22 The Impact of Changes in the Policy Instruments 24 Effects of Changes in Policy Rules 29 Reference Notes 30 2 A First Look at Econometric Policy Evaluation 32 The Structure of the.
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by University of Toronto. Institute for Policy Analysis. Want to read; 32 Currently reading; Published in Toronto. Written in English Subjects: Canada -- Economic conditions -- -- Mathematical models. In July, a seminar was held in Ottawa to compare the responses of nine major econometric models to a previously specified set of shocks to the Canadian economy.
At the seminar, which was sponsored by the Bank of Canada and the Department of Finance, participants presented the results of their simulations and discussed the [ ].
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The outlook for the financial, labour and energy markets is also given along with costs and prices. The Canadian Outlook is updated each quarter using the Conference Board’s large econometric model of the Canadian economy.
The full report is a subscription product available to subscribers here and available to purchase here Media see below. The econometric model is developed using panel data composed of countries and a period of 6 years. The model is estimated for the full sample, for three different sets of countries, by level of development, and a decomposition analysis is carried out, which corresponds to the study of the CIEP individual dimensions.
This page contains the complete book Macroeconomic Policy in a World Economy in pdf format for viewing, downloading, or printing. The book describes the theoretical form and the empirical estimation of a forward-looking multicountry model (sometimes called the Taylor Multicountry Model).
The Use of Econometric Models in Developing Countries Jere Behrman, James A. Hanson. Chapter in NBER book Short-Term Macroeconomic Policy in Latin America (), Jere R.
Behrman and James Hanson, editors (p. 1 - 38) Published in by Ballinger. It discusses policy-making as engineering, policy reality, macroeconomic models, risk management, and presents a case study involving the Canadian economy during the summer to summer periodIncludes text from document.
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Economic Analysis. This book covers the following topics: Managerial Economics, Objectives Of The Business Firm, Fundamental Economic Concepts, Law Of Demand, Demand Elasticity, Demand Forecasting, Consumer Behaviour: Cardinal Analysis, Ordinal Analysis, Production Function, Economies Of Scale, Cost Concepts, Price Determination: Perfect Competition And Monopoly, Monopolistic.
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NBER Program(s):Economic Fluctuations and Growth. This paper demonstrates that an estimated, structural, small open economy model of the Canadian economy cannot account for the substantial influence of foreign-sourced disturbances identified in numerous reduced-form studies.
Forecasting Short-Term Economic Developments and the Role of Econometric Models Octo NOTE: The papers listed here are reproduced as submitted by their respective authors, and do not necessarily reflect the opinions or policies of the Bank of Canada.
Finally, projections of Canadian economic variables that impact on Alberta, such as unemployment, inflation and interest rates, are developed exogenously based on the oil price forecasts and supplied to the Macro Economic Model of Alberta (MEMA).
Government policy is assumed to remain unchanged over the forecast period. Get this from a library. Goods and service sectors structural change and Canadian economic growth, [Douglas C A Curtis; K S R Murthy; Economic Council of Canada.] -- This document looks at the experience of the Canadian economy and explains some of the structural changes, during the periodby the use of a small macroeconometric model.
An earlier version of this paper was presented at the World Congress of the Econometric Society in Barcelona, Augustand at the Canadian Econometrics Study Group in Guelph, September It circulated as Centre for Economic Performance Discussion Paper No.
This book is a sequel to our first report of ASIAN LINK PROJECT in Econometric Models of Asian LINK, Springer-Verlag, Tokyo - Berlin - New York.
Now the scope is expanded to Asian-Pacific Countr The FOCUS Model of The Canadian Economy. Gregory Jump, Peter Dungan. Pages Malaysia Model II. Shigeyuki Abe. Downloadable. A persistent question arising in the development of models for the analysis of macroeconomic policy has been the relative role of economic theory and evidence (data) in their construction.
This paper looks at some strategies for transforming a Conceptual Model to become a Data-Adjusted Model, and how to adjust further to an Operational Model for policy analysis. In this report, the author uses steel as a case study for an analysis at the industrial level of forces at work in the international economy that have had an important impact on recent Canadian economic performance.
Prominent among those forces are cost competitiveness and aggregate demand in. The new model, called LENS for Large Empirical and Semi-structural model, uses a methodology similar to the Federal Reserve Board’s FRB/US model and the Bank of Canada’s projection model of the U.S.
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”An Econometric Simulation Model of Intra-Metropolitan Housing Loca. casts of the Canadian economy. The approach followed was eclectic, using the national accounts as a framework for analysis and presenta-tion, but also employing surveys of business plans and expectations, as well as an econometric model initiated by L.
Klein in During the. mid's, W. Beckett suggested the duplication of. This Levy Institute working paper by Josh Ryan-Collins presents an institutional case study of the activities of the central bank of Canada during the period –75, when, working with the government, it engaged in significant direct or indirect monetary financing to support fiscal expansion, economic growth, and industrialization.
It finds no support for a relationship between monetary. I took over the ESU activities in and developed a number of econometric models based on quarterly data.
The models in use at present include a multi-country structural VAR model and a Singapore model. The latter formed the basis of my jointly authored book “The Singapore Economy: An Econometric Perspective” published in. Michael Howlett specializes in public policy analysis, Canadian political economy, and Canadian resource and environmental policy.
He is the author of numerous books and his articles have been published in professional journals in Canada, the US, Europe, New Zealand, and Australia.Models in Microeconomic Theory covers basic models in current microeconomic theory.
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