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Osborne and Rubinstein has a book called "Bargaining and Markets" where they have a detailed exposition on bargaining models. I think its free to download from Ariel's website. Apart from that, Abhinay Muthoo has a very nice book on bargaining: "Bargaining Theory with Applications". You can always look up chapters on bargaining in Tirole'...


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Reinhart and Rogoff (2010, RR) claimed that GDP growth is much lower when debt/GDP > 90%. Herndon, Ash, and Pollin (2014, PDF, HAP) placed their errors into four categories: Spreadsheet error: RR omitted Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada and Denmark from the analysis (apparently a coding error somehow dropped the first five countries when sorted ...


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This is actually one of the more exciting development in DSGE modelling since financial crisis. Including financial sector or friction is definitely a growing area of research and interest. Unfortunately its quite a new development so there are not that many papers yet out there (however if you consider doing research in this field that also means there is a ...


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The paper by Herndon et al. shows that there were "coding errors, selective exclusion of available data, and unconventional weighting of summary statistics". So it's a little deeper than a mere "spreadsheet error" and isn't software-specific, but the term makes good press. Herndon was interviewed on the Colbert Report and I believe that ...


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Many links at https://marginalrevolution.com/?s=pandemic+model (MR is Tyler Cohen's blog. There isn't much else to say, but my reply needs to be at least 30 characters long.)


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