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Banking in computable general equilibrium economies: technical appendices I and II

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  • Fernando Alvarez
  • Terry J. Fitzgerald

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Following are the technical appendixes for “Banking in Computable Equilibrium Economies” by Javier Díaz-Giménez, Edward C. Prescott, Terry Fitzgerald, and Fernando Alvarez, in Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control 16 (1992), 533–59. Technical Appendix I, by Fernando Alvarez, describes the procedures used to construct the balance sheets reported in Tables 1 and 2 in page 536 and 537 of the paper. Technical Appendix II, by Terry Fitzgerald, describes the computational procedures used in this paper.

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  • Fernando Alvarez & Terry J. Fitzgerald, 1992. "Banking in computable general equilibrium economies: technical appendices I and II," Staff Report 155, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis.
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