THE GENERAL EQUILIBRIUM MODEL OF BANK INDONESIA (GEMBI)

  • Charles PR Joseph
  • Janu Dewandaru
  • Hidayah Dhini Ari

Abstract

Sampai saat ini Bank Indonesia telah memiliki model makro ekonometrik yang cukup paripurna seperti MODBI. Model makro seperti MODBI tersebut bersifat statik dan sangat berguna bagi kepentingan proyeksi makro jangka pendek. Namun, berdasarkan beberapa alasan fundamental model ekonometrik tersebut secara teoritis tidak dapat dipakai sebagai alat penunjuk arah gerak dinamis dari berbagai variable makro jangka menengah dan panjang. Untuk itu suatu model makro yang dinamis (dynamic macro model) yang digenerate dengan data artifisial (artificial generated data) yang bersifat random telah dikembangkan dan diberi nama General Equilibrium Model of Bank Indonesia (GEMBI).

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Published
2003-10-11
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