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Ein Nelson-Winter-Modell der deutschen Volkswirtschaft

  • Quaas, Georg

Die von Nelson und Winter (1982) vorgeschlagene evolutorische Theorie hat hunderte Studien angeregt, die sich auf das Modell beziehen, das in ihrem Buch vorgestellt wird. Dieses Modell demonstrierte die empirische Gültigkeit eines neuen theoretischen und methodologischen Ansatzes auf dem Hintergrund der U.S.-amerikanischen Ökonomie und entsprechender Daten. Allerdings wurde nur in wenigen Studien versucht, das Modell durch Anwendung auf eine andere Volkswirtschaft zu replizieren. Das vorliegende Pepier stellt eine spezielle Implementation der umfangreichen, aber sehr speziellen Klasse von Nelson-Winter-Modellen dar, die die Evolution der deutschen Volkswirtschaft von 1970 bis 2004 nachvollzieht. Im Großen und Ganzen zeigt das Modell dasselbe Verhalten wie von Nelson und Winter berichtet. Vergleicht man es mit den üblichen ökonometrischen Modellen, so ist seine Leistungsfähigkeit fernab von zufriedenstellend. Aber das ist insofern nicht überraschend, als im Modell so wichtige Strukturen wie ein Markt für Güter und Dienstleistungen noch nicht implementiert worden sind.

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Paper provided by University of Leipzig, Faculty of Economics and Management Science in its series Working Papers with number 112.

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