Economics researchers across government organizations, central banks, corporate finance, risk, and asset management rely on MATLAB for data management, analysis, modeling, forecasting, and testing.
Modeling the United States Economy (Example)
The reserve banks of all OECD member countries use MATLAB for economic tasks, including dynamic stochastic generalized equilibrium (DSGE) modeling, yield curve and inflation term structure estimation, and risk measurement. MATLAB provides a common language for the computational economics community in which researchers can work and share results with their peers across government organizations and academic institutions.
"By quantifying market dynamics and modeling market behavior, we can identify some very interesting opportunities. We use MATLAB to analyze millions of rows of data and rapidly test out new hypotheses. This cannot be done as easily using any other software."Read the story