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MOSES - A Micro to Macro Model of the Swedish Economy


Eliasson, Gunnar, ed. (1978), A Micro-to-Macro Model of the Swedish Economy. Papers on the Swedish Model from the Symposium on Micro Simulation Methods in Stockholm Sept. 19–22, 1979. [IUI Conference Reports 1978:1.] Stockholm: IUI and Almqvist & Wiksell. Pp. 240.

Eliasson, Gunnar (1985), The Firm and Financial Markets in the Swedish Micro-to-Macro Model – Model, Theory and Verification. Stockholm: IUI and Almqvist & Wiksell International. Pp. 419.

Bergholm, Fredrik (1989), MOSES Handbook. Research Report No. 35. Stockholm: IUI and Almqvist & Wiksell International.

Albrecht, James W. et al. (1989), MOSES Code. Research Report No. 36. Stockholm: IUI and Almqvist & Wiksell International.

Taymaz, Erol (1991), MOSES on PC: Manual, Initialization, and Calibration. Research Report No. 39. Stockholm: IUI and Almqvist & Wiksell International.

Albrecht, James, Pontus Braunerhjelm, Gunnar Eliasson, Jörgen Nilson, Tomas Nordström and Erol Taymaz (1992), MOSES Database. Research Report No. 40. Stockholm: IUI and Almqvist & Wiksell International.

Eliasson, Gunnar with the assistance of Gösta Olavi and Mats Heiman (1976), “A Micro-Macro Interactive Simulation Model of the Swedish Economy: Preliminary Model Specification”. IUI Working Paper no 7.

Related literature

Eliasson, Gunnarn (1979). "Technical Change, Employment and Growth ‑ Experiments on a Micro‑to‑Macro Model of the Swedish Economy". Research Report No. 7. Stockholm: IUI.

Eliasson, Gunnar (1980), "Electronics, Technical Change and Total Economic Performance". Research Report No. 9. Stockholm: IUI.

Eliasson, Gunnar (1987), "Technological Competition and Trade in the Experimentally Organized Economy". Research Report No. 32. Stockholm: IUI.

G. Eliasson, M. Sharefkin & B.‑C. Ysander,  eds., (1983), "Policy Making in a Disorderly World Economy", Conference Reports, 1983:1. Stockholm: IUI.

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