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Treasury Macroeconomic (TRYM) Model Macroeconomics

Date:

Thursday, 6 December 2001

Content ID:

238

Abstract:

This volume is intended to make the Treasury macroeconomic (TRYM) model more accessible by providing an overview of how the model works and how to interpret model results. It contains: (1) a description of the overall structure of the model and a summary of its main relationships; (2) a brief description of sectors and markets embodied in TRYM; (3) a brief introduction to the intuition behind the model results drawing on standard macroeconomic theory; (4) a discussion of how the model relates to some standard macroeconomic propositions; and (5) an explanation of the uses and limitations of the model.

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