Ann Arbor Michigan
Bio: I am an Associate Professor of Economics at the University of Michigan. Miles Kimball (the "Supply Side Liberal") has the office next door. Jeff Smith ("Econjeff") is three doors down. Noah Smith (of "Noahpinion") was a former student. My research interests largely center around macroeconomic issues with particular focus on (1) capital investment and investment tax policy (2) monetary and fiscal policy and (3) financial market failures.
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Pleased to meet you Chris. You are most welcome to visit my blog whenever you get the chance. 🙂
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Hello Sir, I am reading a macroeconomics paper (The Role of Agriculture in Development) and try to understand what the authors did. I found a graph named Model versus data. I understand that the “Data” graph plots the evolution of a variable based on values found in the database. What about the “Model” graph, where did the authors find the values to construct this graph? Thanks.
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