Tuesday, July 9, 2013

More global perspective

I'd take these results with a grain of salt since the FRED data for M1, NGDP and the deflator for Germany (1971-1998) is a mishmash of Deutch marks, Euros (converted back to marks) and unification. Additionally, the data points form a line so the intersection with the surface is somewhat ambiguous. But as with the previous post (the model is in blue and empirical data is in green, with the model defining the 2D surface), it is not that bad of a description:

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