## Ordinary Least Squares Regression

This post introduces a simple interactive application to run and visualize Ordinary Least Squares (OLS) regressions. The application accepts as input a csv f...

**Current Position:**

**Duke University**, Visiting Researcher at the Center for the History of Political Economy

PhD in Economics from the University of Lyon.

**Email:** vincent.carret@duke.edu

I am a visiting scholar at the Center for the History of Political Economy, Duke University. I also work as a research scholar for the Economists’ Papers Archive at the Rubenstein Library, where I have been processing the papers of Leonid Hurwicz since the Summer of 2022.

This post introduces a simple interactive application to run and visualize Ordinary Least Squares (OLS) regressions. The application accepts as input a csv f...

In 1940, Nicholas Kaldor published in the Economic Journal a famous article presenting a new model of the trade cycle.1 Its main mechanism relied on the disc...

This post is based on a working paper accessible here.

In a previous post we constructed the IS-LM model from a demand for goods, a demand for money, and two equilibrium conditions. By adding a very simple liquid...

We present a simple IS LM model with two markets: the goods market and the “money” market. The goods market is describe in a previous post We linearise the m...

In this post, we build the IS curve from the equilibrium positions on the goods market. The curve is later used in several models (see this post and that one...