A working paper exploring the idea that information equilibrium is a general principle for understanding economics. [Here] is an overview.
May I ask why you are using a logarithmic scale?
The main reason is that the short rate would just look like zero, smashed against the axis. On a log scale, you can see the correlation with 1/MB better that I discuss here:http://informationtransfereconomics.blogspot.com/2015/08/explicit-implicit-models.htmlAnd since it is a model of both interest rates:log(r) = c log(NGDP/M) - bwithc = 3.02b = 11.7and M = MB for short rates and M = M0 (MB minus reserves) for long rates, I like to show both on the same graph.
But it is easy enough to show both ... I will update.
Ah. I see.
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