I am trying to replicate Gambacorta and Signoretti model (2014) - a shorter version of Gerali et al (2010), by using the steady ratios referred in the paper and try to solve for the steady state and put them in the initval block in Dynare.
However, i get an error like this: The steady state contains NaN or Inf.
Is it a proper method to use those ratios mentioned in the paper (i.e C/Y=0.9, I/Y=0.11, c_e/C=0.05 etc) and general rules like I=δ*Κ, labour L=1/3 (0.33) and then solve for the steady state?
Am i completely missing something? Is there any issue with the equations? Would a matlab file solving for the steady state be easier, although i am completely unfamiliar with that?
Attached you may find the model.GS_2014.mod (3.5 KB)
Recheck all equations.
A_e=rho_A_e*A_e(-1)+e_A_e; % exogenous process
imply that all these variables have steady state 0. But that is for example inconsistent with
y_e=A_e*k_e^ksi*l_p^(1-ksi); % production function
which should be
y_e=exp(A_e)*k_e^ksi*l_p^(1-ksi); % production function
Thank you @jpfeifer. I modify the exogenous process equations to
and use the exp() in the production function, but again i receive the same message.
You mean that i need to check all the equations (not just the exogenous process)?
Morever, i am not sure why i should use the exp() in the production function.
Finally, the approach of using the steady state ratios and solving the system is appropriate?
Thank you very much @jpfeifer. I will try to follow your advices and hopefully find a solution.