GEMLLIB: Matlab code for specifying and solving DSGE models
AbstractThe GEMLLIB is a collection of routines designed to analyze Dynamic Stochastic General Equilibrium (DSGE). It consists of GEML language devoted to specify large scale DSGE models easily and algorithms that do all required symbolic computation to solve the model. In current version GEMLLIB is limited to the perturbation method of solving DSGE models. In this paper we present the syntax of GEML language and basic ideas behind the library.
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Date of creation: 28 Apr 2005
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GEML language; solving DSGE models; perturbation method;
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