Incorporating Commodity Stockholding Behavior Into A Short-Run General Equilibrium Model Of The Global Economy
AbstractThis paper incorporates commodity stockholding into a short run, stochastic global general equilibrium model. A mix of econometric and calibration techniques are used to reconcile model outcomes with historical stockholding and price behavior. The resulting framework is useful for analyzing policies in the short run or presence of production variability.
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