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Here is what is at the beginning of one of my packages. I have the same problem with any package in which i'm trying to get any another package.

 << parametersbaselinescenario.m;
 << incomeinitialvalues.m;
 << wealthinitialvalues.m;

Here is what i get when trying to test my functions. I have problems with the evaluations (not always giving the correct answers), I guess there is a possibility that it is as a result of this particular issue.

Get::noopen: Cannot open parametersbaselinescenario.m. >>
Get::noopen: Cannot open incomeinitialvalues.m. >>
Get::noopen: Cannot open wealthinitialvalues.m. >>

Thanks a lot for your help.

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closed as too localized by Yves Klett, Leonid Shifrin, Artes, rcollyer, Ajasja May 10 '13 at 13:30

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Please read the documentation for Get. You need quotes to start with. –  b.gatessucks May 10 '13 at 10:46
Check the path to these packages -- if they are not in the Mathematica search path, they can't be opened. You can fix this using full path names. –  bill s May 10 '13 at 10:47
Thanks that resolved this particular problem ;) I thought Mathematica was automatically searching in the same directory. –  lio May 10 '13 at 10:55

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Mathematica does not automatically search the directory containing the current notebook. You can verify this with $Path.

As noted by bill s in comments, you can specify full paths to the files (in quotes). Alternatively, you can use the following:

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