## Illustrating the new LPIRF Stata 18’s command

Good news! In the new version of Stata 18, we have a new command that produces local-projection impulseâ€“response functions. You can find the complete description of the command…

Macro perspectives and debates

Good news! In the new version of Stata 18, we have a new command that produces local-projection impulseâ€“response functions. You can find the complete description of the command…

In my previous blog, I recall that we can demonstrate in a few steps that the sample variance is an unbiased estimator of the population variance when we…

In this post, I will show how it is simple to visualize CES production functions with Wolfram Alpha. I build upon the very pedagogical YouTube video of Klaus…

In this post, I will show how it is simple to visualize production functions with Wolfram Alpha. I build upon the very pedagogical YouTube video of Klaus Prettner…

Let me repost this compilation of data sources posted by Menzie Chinn in the very interesting blog EconBrowser. This compilation is a must-read for every student in economics!

Let me draw your attention to this very pedagogical GAUSS blog on the Kalman filter. It links very well the theory and the code. Please find below the…

This is it! You now need 1 dollar to buy 1 euro. To get this picture below, I used the FRED connection with Mathematica 13.1, as I explained…

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…

It is a capital mistake to theorize before one has data. Insensibly one begins to twist facts to suit theories, instead of theories to suit facts. Sherlock Holmes.A…

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