I have a question related to a number of previous posts, i.e. [Steady State File).
I just started a new job and inherited code from another colleague. I am responsible for adding and subtracting variables from the code. And, it seems that the code (“workhorsemodel”) fails to run due to workhorsemodel_steadystate.m. I have adapted the code to a neoclassical growth model (“ncgm1”) with fixed labor (as in Eric Sims’ notes), for which I get a string of errors when running, including:
[code]Error using print_info (line 72)
The steadystate file did not compute the steady state
Error in resid (line 112)
Error in steady (line 90)
Error in ncgm1 (line 122)
Error in dynare (line 180)
Error in run_ncgm1 (line 17)
dynare ncgm1 noclearall nolog[/code]
I think the problem may be found in these five lines, but I am not sure why:
for ii = 1:NumberOfEndogenousVariables
varname = deblank(M_.endo_names(ii,:));
eval('ys(' int2str(ii) ') = ' varname ';']);
ysold = ys;
Please tell me if you have any suggestions for why this code is not running and what I can do to remedy this problem. Also, any suggestions on easily modify, altering, adding to or subtracting from inherited code would be much (much!) appreciated.