I couldn’t find anything on this subject.
I’ve written the technology process as
The eigenvalues of this AR(2) block are
Yet Dynare returns
While having a standard AR(1) process generates a saddle-path solution.
Am I missing something? Is this a known issue?
PS: I’m using version 4.4-unstable
Sorry, but I cannot replicate the issue. What exactly is rho_a_A in your definition of rho_a2? Is it supposed to be rho_a? Could you run the attached file on your machine and see whether it runs?
lombard.mod (390 Bytes)
Sorry, it was a typo. You correctly guessed it was rho_a.
As for the possibility of reproduce the problem, it is not so simple. That is why I was checking for
similar experiences. If you simply write the AR(2) in Dynare, it will solve. The problem, as I mentioned
is that in a larger model you go from being able to solve to no solution.
I’ll try to post a specific example, if I find a minute to wrap things together
I see. Have you checked whether adding an additional variable just decreases the numerical accuracy and the qz_criterium now is too narrow?