You are about to download Dynare.
You have the choice between the stable release and the unstable snapshot. The stable release is recommended for most users. The unstable snapshot is only for those who want the very latest features and are willing to take some risks (this version is less tested).
Also, if you don’t have MATLAB, you need to download Octave in order to run Dynare.
If you would like to refer to Dynare in a research article, the recommended way is to cite the reference manual:
Stéphane Adjemian, Houtan Bastani, Michel Juillard, Frédéric Karamé, Ferhat Mihoubi, George Perendia, Johannes Pfeifer, Marco Ratto and Sébastien Villemot (2011), “Dynare: Reference Manual, Version 4”, Dynare Working Papers, 1, CEPREMAP
Note that citing the Dynare Reference Manual in your research is a good way to help the Dynare project.
If you want to give a URL, use the address of the present website: