Are DSGE models used for the day-to-day government policy estimation and optimization? E.g. can DSGE model be used for estimation of the return of additional investments in education and how those education gains propagates to the whole economy (possibly DSGE in multi-sectoral setting this propagation will be sector-dependent). Can similar estimations be made for investments in healhtcare, for industrial policy, for investments in R&D, for estimation for welfare programmes? Can DSGE models be tuned monthly estimations, for making arguments about budget decisions?
Are there government papers (no matter which government, just sample could be acceptable) which uses DSGE models for such estimations?
If DSGE models are not used for government decisions about issues that are outside monetary and fiscal scopes, then - what is the reason why DSGE (as the best macroeconomic models available today) is not used for government policy optimization? Are parameter estimation costs so large?