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General equilibrium models for development policy
International Bank for Reconstruction and Development.
|Statement||Kemal Derviş, Jaime de Melo, Sherman Robinson ; with a foreword by Hollis Chenery.|
|Series||World Bank research publication|
|Contributions||De Melo, Jaime., Robinson, Sherman., Derviş, Kemal.|
|LC Classifications||HD75.5 .D47 1982, HD75.5 D47 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 526 p. :|
|Number of Pages||526|
|ISBN 10||0521270308, 0521244900|
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This comprehensive survey of multisector, economy-wide planning models weighs their power General equilibrium models for development policy book address issues of trade, distribution, growth, and structural change.
The authors combine theoretical discussion of the properties of applied equilibrium models Cited by: ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xviii, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm. Series Title: World Bank. General equilibrium models for development policy book general equilibrium (CGE) models are widely used by governmental organizations and academic institutions to analyze the economy-wide effects of events such as climate change, tax policies, and immigration.
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This article reviews the literature on general equilibrium models, relevant to the Chilean economy, and revised versions of the papers presented at the General equilibrium models for development policy book of General Equilibrium Models for the Chilean Economy organized by the Central Bank of Chile, that will be published in a book by the same name (edited by Rómulo Chumacero and Klaus Schmidt-Hebbel, ).
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The book is an outcome of a recent workshop of the Italian Development Economists Association attended by a group of leading practitioners involved in the generation of CGE models and research on modeling the economy and policy making. It will be of interest to researchers, professional economists, graduate students, and knowledgeable policy.
Computable general equilibrium (CGE) models are a class of economic models that use actual economic data to estimate how an economy might react to changes in policy, technology or other external factors.
CGE models are also referred to as AGE (applied general equilibrium) models. 2 Comparative-static and dynamic CGE models. 6 Further reading. This book provides an accessible, undergraduate-level introduction to computable general equilibrium (CGE) models, a class of model that has come to play an important role in government policy : Mary E.
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CGE Model. MONASH models are represented as linear systems of the form:()A(V)∗v=0,where V is an n×1 vector of initial values or values generated during a multistep process for the variables (denoted as (X,Y) in the previous subsection), A is an m×n matrix of coefficients each of which is a function of V and v is a vector of changes and percentage changes in the variables away from.
The book provides a comprehensive A-to-Z guide for computable general equilibrium (CGE) models, which can analyze various economic issues empirically. CGE Models been widely used for investigating the impacts of economic integration, eco-taxes on environmental problems, regulatory reforms, taxation reforms and transportation system planning.
and climate change and climate policy will affect land use at a massive scale. However, land has long been neglected in global economics. That is now changing. For the first time, modeling teams have explicitly introduced global land use into computable general equilibrium (CGE) models, the work horses of economic policy analysis.
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For computable general equilibrium (CGE) modelers, the book shows how Melitz-style CGE models can be calibrated, solved and : Springer Singapore. INTRODUCTION Over the past 25 years, computable general equilibrium (CGE) models have become a standard tool of empirical economic analysis. In recent.
The book is an outcome of a recent workshop of the Italian Development Economists Association attended by a group of leading practitioners involved in the generation of CGE models and research on modeling the economy and policy : Hardcover. Socially Relevant Policy Analysis: Structuralist Computable General Equilibrium Models for the Developing World.
The models described in this book are are easy to set up and manipulate on microcomputers and should dominate the development debate. Taylor's detailed discussion of structuralist COE models is followed by contributions that take.
The book provides insights on the development of a family of models for diverse policy choices, focusing on the ways to model the following: links between tradable and non-tradable activities, labor markets, and portfolio choices given limited capital mobility.
Dixon, Peter, "Trade Policy in Australia and the Development of Computable General Equilibrium Modeling," Journal of Economic Integration, Center for Economic Integration, Sejong University, vol. 23, pages Timothy J. Kehoe, "An Evaluation of the Performance of Applied General Equilibrium Models of the Impact of NAFTA," Levine's Working Paper Archive.
This book provides an accessible, undergraduate-level introduction to computable general equilibrium (CGE) models, a class of model that has come to play an important role in government policy decisions. The book uses a graphical approach to explain the economic theory that underlies a CGE model, Author: Mary E.
Burfisher. Applied general equilibrium analysis is not without its own problems. As the development of applied general equilibrium models has progressed from merely demonstrating the feasibility of model construction -lution to serious policy applications, a variety of issues has arisen.
MostFile Size: 4MB. The concept of equilibrium is fundamental to economic theory, according to which, it exists when supply and demand are balanced.
Equilibrium Models in Economics critically examines the major problematic assumptions employed to build equilibrium models. The state of the art in applied general equilibrium modelling is reflected in this volume.
The introductory Chapter (Part I) evaluates the use of economic modelling to address policy questions, and discusses the advantages and disadvantages of applied general equilibrium models.
into the policy process the language and methodologies developed in the modern dynamic macroeconomic literature. 1 The development of medium-scale DSGE (dynamic stochastic general equilibrium) models has played a key role in this process.2 These models are built on microeconomic foundations and emphasize agents’ intertemporal choice.
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The book is designed for the present and future technicians of policy analysis organizations and for their teachers. Computable General Equilibrium (CGE) modelling is a relatively new field in economics, however, it is rapidly becoming one of the most useful tools for policy evaluation.
This book applies CGE modelling to some of the most urgent international economic policy problems, including the Kyoto Protocol, pension reform, and income taxation, and also. This chapter reviews recent applications of computable general equilibrium (CGE) modeling in the analysis and evaluation of policies that affect interactions among multiple markets.
At the core of this research is a particular approach to the data and structural representations of the economy, elaborated through the device of a canonical static multiregional by: 1. She has also served as a senior economist for the Economic Research Service of the US Department of Agriculture in Washington, DC.
Dr Burfisher is a consultant on computable general equilibrium models and agricultural policy for U.S. governmental agencies and international organizations.4/5(10).
The book provides insights on the development of a family of models for diverse policy choices, focusing on the ways to model the following: links between tradable and non-tradable activities, labor markets, and portfolio choices given limited capital mobility. Modeling Developing Countries' Policies In General Equilibrium.
Embed Copy and. Modern business cycle theory and growth theory uses stochastic dynamic general equilibrium models. In order to solve these models, economists need to use many mathematical tools. This book presents various methods in order to compute the dynamics of general equilibrium models.
In part I, the representative-agent stochastic growth model is solved with the help of value function. Computable General Equilibrium (CGE) models are now routinely utilized for the evaluation of trade policy reforms, yet they are typically quite highly aggregated, which limits their usefulness to.
The Structure of Applied General Equilibrium Models bridges that gap through a comprehensive analysis of the theoretical underpinnings of the applied models. Discover the world's research.
In the third chapter of the pdf book Global Economic and Computable General Equilibrium Models pdf Society, Environment and Resources, DOE-funded researchers at the MIT Joint Program on the Science and Policy of Global Change describe one approach to including land use in a global CGE model—the MIT Emissions Prediction and Policy.INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTABLE GENERAL EQUILIBRIUM MODELS Computable general equilibrium (CGE) models are widely used by govern-mental organizations and academic institutions to analyze the economywide effects of events such as climate change, tax policies, and immigration.
This book is a practical, how-to guide to CGE models that is suitable for.Syrquin, M., Taylor, L. and Westphal, L. (eds) Economic Structure ebook Performance: Essays in Honour of Hollis B.
Ebook. Academic Press Inc., Particularly Chapter 22 ‘On the Uses and Abuses of Economy-wide Models in Development Policy Analysis’, Bell, C. and Srinivasan, T. and Chapter 21 ‘Equilibrium and Prices in Multisector Models’, Gins-burgh, V.
and Robinson, S. with other Author: David Sarley.