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R.G. Bodkin (1999). Computation in macroeconometric model-building: Some historical aspects, in D.J. Slottje (ed.) Advances in Econometrics, Income Distribution, and Scientific Methodology: Essays in Honor of Camilo Dagum, Physica-Verlag, New York, 41-60.

A. Drud (1983), A survey of model representations and simulation algorithms in some existing modeling systems, Journal of Economic Dynamics & Control, 5: 5-35.

C.G. Renfro (1970). An Interactive Regression Program for the PDP-10, Description and User Manual, Brookings Quarterly Model Project, Brookings Instititution, Washington, DC.

C.G. Renfro (1980a). Economic data base systems: some reflections on the state of the art, Review of Public Data Use, 8: 121-140.

C.G. Renfro (1981b). The computer as a factor of production in economic data provision and research, A paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Economic Association, Washington, D.C., December 30, 1981.

C.G. Renfro (1982). Syntactical Considerations in the Development of an Econometric Modeling Language, A paper presented at the 1982 Conference on Economic Dynamics and Control, Washington, DC, June 9-11, 1982.

C.G. Renfro (1996). On the development of econometric modeling languages: MODLER and its first twenty-five years, Journal of Economic and Social Measurement, 22: 241-311.

C.G. Renfro (1997). Normative considerations in the development of a software package for econometric estimation, Journal of Economic and Social Measurement, 23: 315-368, (paper originally presented at the Society for Computational Economics Third International Conference on Computing in Economics and Finance, Stanford University, June 30-July 2, 1997).

C.G. Renfro (1998). Multidimensional data for regional analysis: a consideration of software requirements, a paper presented at the Regional Economic Indicator Models Workshop, 8-10 June 1998, held at the Universidade do Minho, Braga, Portugal.

C.G. Renfro (2004). The Early Development of Econometric Modeling Languages, in C.G. Renfro (ed) Computational Econometrics: Its Impact on the Development of Quantitative Economics, Amsterdam: IOS Press.

C.G. Renfro (2009). The Practice of Econometric Theory. An Examination of the Characteristics of Econometric Computation Heidelburg, London, and New York: Springer

R.F. Wescott and M.V. Yates (1989). The PC Corner: desktop publishing is for economists, Business Economics, 24, January 1989, 51-53.


A Partial Bibliography of MODLER-related publications and presentations

Access to Wang (1989). Peripherals: analyze statistics and create graphs, reports, Access to Wang, November 1980, 50.

M.O. Adams (1981). The Kentucky Economic Information System: a resource for government, academic, and private sector researchers and libraries, in M.E. Williams and T.H. Hogan (eds) National Online Meeting Proceedings - 1981, Learned Information, Medford, NJ, 7-14.

M.O. Adams (1986). The Kentucky Economic Information System. Exemplary Systems in Government Awards 85-86: the State of the Art, Urban and Regional Information Systems Association, 144-158.

Alphametrics (1985). MODLER Econometric Software User Guide, DRI/McGraw-Hill, Lexington, MA.

Alphametrics (1989). MODLER Econometric Software, System Programmers Manual and User Guide, Alphametrics Corporation, Bala Cynwyd, PA.

Alphametrics (1995). MODLER User Guide - 1995, Statistical Information and Modelling System, Alphametrics Corporation, Bala Cynwyd, PA.

Alphametrics (1988) PowerStation User Guide, Alphametrics Corporation, Bala Cynwyd, PA.

Alphametrics (1993) PowerStation User Guide, Alphametrics Corporation, Bala Cynwyd, PA.

F. Barber (1989). PowerStation, in (review of) Statistical Software for the PC, PC Magazine, 8/5, 214-216.

D. Berson (1987). Getting Data into MODLER from Data Vendors, Paper presented to the 1987 MODLER users conference, October 20-21, 1987, Philadelphia, PA.

L. de Bever (1987). Modeling the Canadian economy, Paper presented to the 1987 MODLER users conference, October 20-21, 1987, Philadelphia, PA.

L. de Bever (1988). Thinking about an expert modeling system, Paper presented to the 1988 MODLER users conference, November 15-16, 1988, Philadelphia, PA.

T.P.Boehm, D.M. Mandy, and M.D. OHara (1992). Modeling aid to families with dependent children, Survey of Business, Center for Business and Economic Research, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, 2-9.

D.L. Boroughts, M.W. Karmin, R.F. Black, M. Tharp, K. Sheets, D. Pasternak, W. Cohen, and P. Barry (1990). Business: Gloom and boom towns, U.S. News & World Report, 109/17.

C. Boschan (1989). Monitoring international economic indicators using MODLER, Paper presented to the 1989 MODLER users conference, October 10-11, 1989, Philadelphia, PA.

M. Bryan (1989). Statistical Software, PCWeek, 6/4, January 30, 1989.

M. Bryan (1989). Graphics enhance statistical software, PCWeek, 6/44, November 6, 1989.

T. W. Carey (1994). MODLER MBA Business Analysis Program, PC Magazine, 13/19, 215-218.

P.A. Coomes (1987). Organizing your data for economic analysis, Paper presented to the 1987 MODLER users conference, October 20-21, 1987, Philadelphia, PA.

P.A. Coomes, D. Olson, and D. Glennon (1991). The interindustry employment demand variable: an extension of the I-SAMIS technique for linking input-output and econometric models, Environment and Planning, A23, 1063-1066.

P.A. Coomes, D. Olson, and J. Merchant (1991). Using a metropolitan-area econometric model to analyse economic development proposals, Urban Studies, 28, 369-382.

F. Cooper (1987). Modeling the U.S. trade sector, Paper presented to the 1987 MODLER users conference, October 20-21, 1987 , Philadelphia, PA.

Data Resources (1985). Economist workstation user guide, DRI/McGraw-Hill, Lexington, Massachusetts.

Data Resources (1986). Economist workstation user guide. Version 2.0, DRI/McGraw- Hill, Lexington, Massachusetts.

Data Resources (n.d.) Iowa Tax Model: Description and Equation Listing, Data Resources, Lexington, MA, c. 500 pages, Typescript and Computer printouts.

A. Deutschman (1991). The Economy/Forecast: A map of ups and downs, Fortune, January 14, 1991.

J. Duncan (1987). Let economic statistics speak to you, Paper presented to the 1987 MODLER users conference, October 20-21, 1987, Philadelphia, PA.

P. Ehrlich (1982). Kentucky economic databases seen as model for other states, Management Information Systems Week (MISWeek), March 10, 1982, 25.

W. Franklin (1987). Where gains may have come in factory jobs, graphic display in Business Week, January 26, 1987.

W. Franklin (1987). Consumers put the Pep in industrial output, graphic display in Business Week, January 26, 1987.

W. Fuerst (1988). The economist workstation concept at the United Nations, Paper presented to the 1988 MODLER users conference, November 15-16, 1988, Philadelphia, PA.

D. Gigliotti (1987). Computers: new program is user-friendly (personally) for Secretary Shultz, Newsletter, U.S. Deparment of State, Washington, DC, 10-12.

S. Gilliland (1995). Software that means business: MODLER MBA Business Analysis and Planning System, Computer Shopper, 15/9, 533-534.

W. Godley (1995). U.S. foreign trade, the budget deficit, and stategic policy problems: a background brief, Working Paper No. 138, Jerome Levy Institute, Bard College.

W. Godley (1995). A Critical Imbalance in U.S. Trade, Public Policy Brief, Number 23, Jerome Levy Institute, Bard College.

W. Godley (1996a). Money, Finance, and National Income Determination: an integrated approach, Working Paper No. 167, Jerome Levy Institute, Bard College.

W. Godley (1996b). A simple model of the whole world with free trade, free capital movements, and floating exchange rates, Jerome Levy Institute, Bard College.

W. Godley (1997). Macroeconomics without Equilibrium or Disequilibrium, Jerome Levy Institute, Bard College.

W. Godley (1998). Money and Credit in a Keynesian Model of Income Determination, July 1998, Working Paper Number 242, Jerome Levy Institute, Bard College.

W. Godley (1999). Open Economy Macroeconomics Using Models of Closed Systems, Working Paper Number 281, Jerome Levy Institute, Bard College.

W. Godley (1999). Seven Unsustainable Processes: Medium-term prospects and policies for the United States and the World, Levy Institute Special Report, Jerome Levy Institute, Bard College.

W. Godley (1999). How Negative Can U.S. Saving Get?, Jerome Levy Institute Policy Note, Levy Institute, Bard College.

W. Godley (2000). Strategic Analysis. Interim Report: Notes on the US Trade and Balance of Payments Deficits, Levy Institute Special Report, Jerome Levy Institute, Bard College.

W. Godley and J. Kregel (1998). Levy Bulletin on the Real Effects of the Asian Crisis, Jerome Levy Institute, Bard College.

W. Godley and M. Lavoie (2006) Comprehensive accounting in simple open economy macroeconomics with endogenous sterilization or flexible exchange rates. Journal of Post-Keynesian Economics Winter 2005-6, Vol. 28, No. 2, 241-276.

W. Godley and M. Lavoie (2007) Monetary Economics. An Integrated Approach to Credit, Money, Income, Production, and Wealth. Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan.

W. Godley and G. McCarthy (1997a). Some medium term problems and policies: a strategic view of the US economy, Jerome Levy Institute, Bard College.

W. Godley and G. McCarthy (1997b). The Boskin Commissions trillion-dollar fantasy, Challenge, May-June 1997, 40/3, 14-21.

W. Godley and G. McCarthy (1998). Fiscal policy will matter, Challenge, Jan-Feb 1998, 41/1, 38-55.

W. Godley and L.R. Wray (1999). Can Goldilocks Survive, Levy Institute Policy Note, Levy Institute, Bard College.

B. Grassetti (1989). Italian financial market analysis, Paper presented to the 1989 MODLER users conference, October 10-11, 1989, Philadelphia, PA.

C. Greenberg (1988). Analyzing and forecasting the hotel industry, Paper presented to the 1988 MODLER users conference, November 15-16, 1988, Philadelphia, PA.

J. Greitzer (1987). Statistical Software: the outlook is sunny for forecasting packages, PCWeek, 2/46, November 5, 1985.

L. Grunin (1988). New on the market: PowerStation integrates financial analysis and desktop publishing, PC Magazine, 7/22, December 27. 1988.

E. Heinemann (1987). The M1 connection, graphic display in Newsweek, January 26, 1987.

J. Hopkins (1988). A U.S. current account model, Paper presented to the 1988 MODLER users conference, November 15-16, 1988, Philadelphia, PA.

Ibermetrics (1990). Estacion Economica de Trabajo (en technologia MODLER), Ibermetrics, Madrid.

D.C. Jordan (1989). Utility planning applications, Paper presented to the 1989 MODLER users conference, October 10-11, 1989, Philadelphia, PA.

Kentucky Council of Economic Advisors (1980), Kentucky Council of Economic Advisors Annual Report, Office for Research, College of Business and Economics, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY, 1973-1980.

A. Knox (1983). A program aimed at impatient economists, Philadelphia Inquirer, October 19, 1983.

D.S. Lee (1981). Kentucky Council of Economic Advisors: Annual Report--1980, Journal of Economic Literature, 19, 1135-1137.

B.D. McCullough, C.G. Renfro, and H.H. Stokes (2006) Re-examining 50-year-old OLS estimates of the Klein-Goldberger model, Statistica Neerlandica Vol 60, Issue 2, 181-194.

K. Madigan (1990). Economic Trends: What U.S. City was 89s high roller? Vegas, of course, Business Week, July 9, 1990.

D.M. Mandy (1987). Issues in state modeling: the case of Tennessee, Paper presented to the 1987 MODLER users conference, October 20-21, 1987 , Philadelphia, PA.

C.E.B. Melville (2007) BMW. Simple Model with Private Bank Money. Godley/Lavoie, Chapter 7.

Merrill Lynch (1987a) The Macro MODLER Service: Merrill Lynch U.S. Forecasting Package Now Available on MODLER, Merrill Lynch advertising flyer and press release, July 1987.

Merrill Lynch (1987b). Merrill Lynch Economics Quarterly U.S. Model User Guide: A Joint Venture with Alphametrics Corporation, Merrill Lynch Economics, New York.

B. Meyer (1989). A neo-classical Input-Output model based on Make and Use tables, Empirical Economics, 14, 1-19.

B. Meyer, G. Ewerhart, and T. Siebe (1990). Dollarkurs und Beschaftigung. Eine empirische analyse fur die Bundesrepublik Deutschland, Berlin.

B. Meyer and G. Ewerhart (1994). Die saubere Dienstleistungsgesellschaft. Eine konsistente projektion. in H. Schnabt (ed) Okointegrative Gesamstrechnung - Potentiale, Probleme und Prognosen, Berlin.

M. Moretti and J. Cavuoto (1986) Powerful forecasting tools available for PC, PCWeek, April 15, 1986, 3/15, 104-106.

New York Times (1987). New State Department Computers: Awesome, New York Times, January 17, 1987, A-7, column 3.

M. Obrinsky (1989). Analyzing U.S. mortgage finance, Paper presented to the 1989 MODLER users conference, October 10-11, 1989, Philadelphia, PA

L. OCarroll (1987). Modeling the aluminum industry, Paper presented to the 1987 MODLER users conference, October 20-21, 1987 , Philadelphia, PA.

PCWeek (1988a). Statistical Software no longer for experts only, PCWeek, 5/26, June 28, 1988.

PCWeek (1988b) News Briefs: PowerStation Turned On, PCWeek, 5/42, October 17, 1988.

PCWeek (1989). Presentation panache, in Business applications digest: corporate finance, PCWeek, 6/1, January 9, 1989, 56.

PCWeek (1991). Buyers Guide: chart notes, PCWeek, 8/6, February 11, 1991.

Personal Computing (1989). Integrated Software: PowerStation, Personal Computing, 13/2.

Pitagora (1990). Integrated System for Real Services to the Enterprise, Pitagora, Rende, Italy, 29th November 1990.

R. Promboin (1988). Modeling oil industry pricing, Paper presented to the 1988 MODLER users conference, November 15-16, 1988, Philadelphia, PA

C.G. Renfro (1980b). The Kentucky Quarterly Econometric Model: recent developments, in W.G. Vogt and M.H. Mickle (eds) Modeling and Simulation Volume 11, Proceedings of the Eleventh Annual Pittsburgh Conference, May 1- 2, 1980, Instrument Society of America, Research Triangle Park, NC, 1317- 1324.

C.G. Renfro (1981a) MODLER: the Modeling Language for Econometric Research, Kentucky Economy: Review & Perspective 5 (March 1981), 10-13.

C.G. Renfro (1981c). The design of an information system for state and local government planning and analysis, in Proceedings of the Eighth European Urban Data Management Symposium, Norwegian Ministry of the Environment, Oslo, June 1981, G1/5-1 to G1/5-11.

C.G. Renfro (2009) Econometric Software. in E. Kontoghiorghes and D. Belsley (eds) Handbook of Computational Econometrics. London and New York: Wiley & Sons, 1-64.

A.E. Scowcroft (1988). The mechanics of joint cross sectional time series modelling, Paper presented to the 1988 MODLER users conference, November 15-16, 1988 , Philadelphia, PA.

A.E. Scowcroft (1992). UBS Industrial Model User Guide, UBS Phillips & Drew, London.

T. Siebe and O. Giesker (1992). DESIMO: A disaggregated econometric simulation model Beitrag Nr.13, Arbeitsgruppe Systemforschung Universitat Osnabruck, 1992.

B. Smith (1988). Showtime in the City, DTP Desktop Publishing: Professional Presentation Solutions, April 1988, 22-23.

D. Stamps (1987). Modeling with micros, Datamation, April 1, 1987, 85-87.

UBS Phillips & Drew (1990) UBS Phillips & Drew UK Sector Economics, Phillips & Drew, London, May 1990.

UBS Phillips & Drew (1992) UBS Phillips & Drew Quantitative Research UK Sector & Share Strategy, Phillips & Drew, London, February 1992.

L. Ulanoff (1994). Business tools: the manager's toolkit, PC Magazine, November 8, 1994, 13/19, 213-217.

J. Urbanchuk (1988). Supply and demand balancing models for wheat, Paper presented to the 1988 MODLER users conference, November 15-16, 1988, Philadelphia, PA.

C.P. Varvares (1989). Macroeconomic modelling and forecasting: some procedures and issues, Paper presented to the 1989 MODLER users conference, October 10-11, 1989, Philadelphia, PA.

Washington Talk (1987). New State Department Computers: Awesome, New York Times, January 17, 1987, A-7, column 3.

Wharton Econometric Forecasting Associates (1984a). PC-Mark7/MODLER User Guide, Wharton Econometric Forecasting Associates, Philadelphia.

Wharton Econometric Forecasting Associates (1984c). Wharton Macro Model on the PC, News Release, September 23, 1984.

Wharton Econometric Forecasting Associates (1985a). PC Industrial production model is now available, Preface, Wharton Quarterly Model Outlook, June 1985, Wharton Econometric Forecasting Associates, Philadelphia, PA.

Wharton Econometric Forecasting Associates (1985b). PC Interest rate model is now available, Preface, Wharton Quarterly Model Outlook, June 1985, Wharton Econometric Forecasting Associates, Philadelphia, PA.

Wharton Econometric Forecasting Associates (1986). PC-Mark8/MODLER User Guide, Wharton Econometric Forecasting Associates, Philadelphia.

B. Wolff (1987). How MODLER/DATAVIEW tables and plots can be easily dumped into Ventura Publisher, Paper presented to the 1987 MODLER users conference, October 20-21, 1987 , Philadelphia, PA.

S. Wright, C.G. Renfro, and A. Scowcroft (1997). Towards a Generic Macroeconomic Modelling Environment, a paper presented at the Society for Computational Economics Third International Conference on Computing in Economics and Finance, Stanford University, June 30-July 2, 1997.

J. Zonderman (1985). Starting from the Top, PCWeek, 2/13.

 
 
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