The intertemporal general equilibrium model of the economy with the product, money and stock markets
This article presents the general economic equilibrium model of the Republic of Kazakhstan. The model includes eight macroagents. Four of the macroagents, Household, Producer, Bank, Owner, are described by optimization problems. The other four macroagents follow prescribed scenarios. All agents contact through market interactions. This framework appears to be an appropriate method to include the stock, money and product markets in a single macroeconomic model. The version of the model calibrated on quarterly data of 2005-2010 simulates the trajectories of variables that characterize the state of the real and financial sectors. The results presented in this paper demonstrate the ability of the model to represent the main effects and trends in the economy of the Republic of Kazakhstan.