I have been doing research in macroeconomics since the late 1960s, almost 50 years. In this paper I pause and take stock. The paper is part personal reflections on macroeconometric modeling, part a road map of the techniques of macroeconometric modeling, and part comments on what I think I have learned about how the macroeconomy works from my research in this area.
JEL Classification Codes: E10
Published in The B.E. Journal of Macroeconomics (January 2015), 15(1): 445-466