Model SIM Real World Time Series Exploration
What does the flow of net financial assets for the private domestic sector look like in Model SIM when using real-world stimulus (total managed expenditure) time-series data?
Incorporate real-word total managed expenditure (spending) time-series data as ModelSIM government agent stimulus for producer agents.
- Initial Governments = 1
- Initial Consumer Households = 110
- Initial Producer Households = 100
- Number of model iterations: [Number of periods in expenditure time-series]
- Government agent stimulus: [Expenditure for the time-series period] Monetary units
- Consumer agent tax rate: 37%
- Proportion of disposable income: 60%
- Proportion of (agent wealth) at the opening of the period (iteration): 40%
- Renewable energy sources compound growth: 2%
Expenditure Data Source
Region: United States Of America (US)
Total managed expenditure (quarterly) data source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis, Government total expenditures [W068RCQ027SBEA], retrieved from FRED, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis - https://fred.stlouisfed.org/series/W068RCQ027SBEA, April 12, 2019.
|Visualisations by Region|
|United States Of America|
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