Econ-ARK documentation – HARK#
HARK, the Heterogenous Agents Resources & toolKit, is a toolkit for the structural modeling of economic choices of optimizing and non-optimizing heterogeneous agents.
HARK is software written in Python. This is the documentation for that software. It is aimed at computational researchers and other software developers who are building new models with HARK, or are contributing to the core software.
If you are a student trying to learn economic concepts, you might want to look at the DemARK project.
To get up-and-running with HARK, see the quick-start guide for a brief overview and guidance on further resources.
The reference guide contains a detailed description of the HARK API, and assumes an understanding of HARK’s key concepts.
For a high-level overview of Econ-ARK’s structure and design, see the ARKitecture.
Saw a typo in the documentation? Want to improve existing functionalities? The contributing guidelines will guide you through the process of improving Econ-ARK.