This course overviews empirical aspects of the modern macroeconomics. Empirical methods for research and policy analysis are introduced for various models including real business cycles, permanent income hypothesis, asset pricing, indivisible labour, sticky prices, and idiosyncratic shocks. It covers both calibration and estimation methods mainly but not restricted to linear solutions, and further extends to Bayesian analysis of dynamic stochastic general equilibrium models.
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