Understanding the impact of macroeconomic indicators on the state’s economy is relevant to government institutions, such as the central bank. The purpose of this dissertation is to develop a dynamic modeling methodology for studying the interactions of macroeconomic indicators, as well as for creating tools for implementing monetary policy. The object of this study are macroeconomic processes. The subject of the research is the macroeconomic model of the Russian Federation and its main regulators. As a result of the master's research, a number of problems were solved: the theory of the world economy was studied, and macroeconomic indicators were analyzed, a dynamic model methodology was developed and software implemented: a software product was tested, and network models were built.