## A simple model of the determination of the GDP with Mathematica

In this blog, I will show how to build a simple model of the determination of the GDP with government and trade. The idea is to find the equilibrium GDP, where ...

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## A simple model of the determination of the GDP with Mathematica

## Jupyter Notebook with Stata 17

## Using FRED with Mathematica

## Drawing maps with Stata for the NUTS regions

## Using FRED with Stata

## Drawing Maps with Stata

## Moments of a discrete distribution with Mathematica

## The Bretton Woods era through the exchange rate lens

## Burgernomics: R codes and datasets

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In this blog, I will show how to build a simple model of the determination of the GDP with government and trade. The idea is to find the equilibrium GDP, where ...

You want to launch Stata in a Jupyter Notebook? In the following file, you will see how to launch and use Stata from a Jupyter notebook and associate the streng...

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Our children long for realistic maps of the future that they can be proud of. Where are the cartographers of human purpose? Carl Sagan (1994) After a first blog...

The temptation to form premature theories upon insufficient data is the bane of our profession. Sherlock Holmes.The Valley of Fear, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (1915...

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A good way to visualize the effects of the international monetary system during the Bretton Wood era is to plot exchange rates over a long run period for the 19...

“Data! Data! Data!” he cried impatiently. “I can’t make bricks without clay.” Sherlock Holmes. The Adventure of the Copper Beeches...