Joris de Wind’s PhD thesis is comprised of a collection of papers on various topics in the field of macroeconomics, where the greatest common divisor is the desire to capture the time variation and nonlinearities of macroeconomic relationships. It consists of (i) methodological papers introducing new ways to deal with time variation and nonlinearities in macroeconomic models, and (ii) applied papers in which time variation and nonlinearities are key elements of the analysis.
J. de Wind, Accounting for Time-Varying and Nonlinear Relationships in Macroeconomic Models.
Prof. W.J. den Haan
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