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This is the replication archive. For each model a short model description is shown. On the right handside, there is a download button which automatically downloads all the content for the single model. This includes the paper, a model description, a figure, the code which replicates the paper and a readme of the code.

The entire Epi-MMB replication archive can be downloaded below.

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A list of all models including their acronyms, model description and full reference can be downloaded here.

You can unfold the page to get more details for each model. In addition, a longer model description, an important figure of the paper and links to the paper and the code - if available - are shown.

You can also select features which the model must contain to be shown.

There are three classes of epidemic macro models:

Disclaimer: Some of the papers are working papers or work in progress and aim to be published. Until then, the papers, models and codes can change. We try to provide an up-to-date replication archive.

Two-way interaction

Below, we depict all models that include a two-way interaction between the epidemic and the macro economy. Optimal choices of the agents include the state of the epidemic and the influence of their macro decisions on the epidemic, i.e. typically agents reduce consumption and/or labour if the number of infections increases and they know that future infections will increase with their consumption and/or labour today.

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One-way interaction

All models below have a one-way interaction. The epidemic is pre-simulated. The simulated epidemic - typically the number of infections - affects the economic decisions of the agents. However, these decisions do not affect the evolution of the pandemic.

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Reduced form

Reduced form models feature macroeconomic decisions independent of the epidemic. Instead, the epidemic is simulated with a combination of model-specific shocks.

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