Dear all,

I am quite new to Dynare, using the 4.2 version, and I want to estimate a big model that is written in log-deviations. Before working on the big model, I wanted to estimate a small one, with only one agent and capital, no labor, and using a _steadystate.m file. As I only try to check whether the model - with a standard calibration - satisfies the Blanchard-Kahn conditions, I run onto the following error message:

??? Errors using ==> print_indo

MJDGGES returns the following error code: 3

Error in ==> check at 51

pring_info(info, options_.noprint);

Error in ==> simple at 90

check;

Error in ==> dynare at 132

evalin(‘base’, fname);

I can not figure if this error comes from 1) my steadystate file that does not send back the steady state values properly, 2) There is an issue with my model, which is unlikely since the non-linear version works with dynare or 3) I made a calculus mistake in my log-deviation, which would be shameful.

I join to this post my .mod file and my steady state file, that I took on this forum.

Thank you very much for your time,

simple_steadystate.m (430 Bytes)

simple.mod (271 Bytes)