# CS2 Finite horizon consumption/saving model with borrowing constraint

This is the same problem as CS1, except that it has a finite horizon.

## Contents

## Create the model object

model = recsmodel('cs1.yaml',... struct('Mu',100,'Sigma',10^2,'order',5));

Deterministic steady state (equal to first guess) State variables: 100 Response variables: 100 Expectations variables: 0.0001

## Define approximation space

[interp,s] = recsinterpinit(20,model.sss/2,model.sss*2);

## Solve for rational expectations with finite horizon

First-guess: Consumption equal to cash on hand

x = s;

In the last period, , the consumer consumes all her cash on hand, :

T = 10; xT = s; [interp,X] = recsSolveREEFiniteHorizon(interp,model,s,x,xT,T);

## Plot the decision rules

figure plot(s,squeeze(X)) legend([repmat('Period ',10,1),num2str((1:10)')]) legend('Location','NorthWest') legend('boxoff') xlabel('Cash on hand') ylabel('Consumption')