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I remember reading a few years back an article that showed an interesting graphic with the percentage/proportion of published papers with DSGE models across time. I've tried searching, but I get so many results related to DSGE, but not to what I'm looking for...

I'm looking for a reference with that graph.

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You may have been thinking of a chart originally from The Economist Nov 24th 2016 article "Economists are prone to fads, and the latest is machine learning" though I cannot see it there. There is a copy of the chart visible at Noah Smith's blog

It shows an analysis by The Economist of the key words in working-paper abstracts published by the National Bureau of Economic Research, with lines for laboratory experiments, randomised control trials (RCTs), difference-in-differences, regression discontinuity, machine learning or big data, and DSGE

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  • $\begingroup$ Henry, I think you're right! Thanks! By the way, do you know how to have access to that data? $\endgroup$ – An old man in the sea. Oct 14 at 21:05
  • $\begingroup$ @Anoldmaninthesea. - Sorry - I have nothing beyond those links $\endgroup$ – Henry Oct 14 at 21:08

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