CGE modeling

Titre Description
- Bruce A. McCarl
- Ismael Fofana, Andre Lemelin, and John Cockburn

Computable general equilibrium modeling requires a consistent and coherent benchmark data set, which are generally organized in the form of a Social Accounting Matrix (SAM). These data generally come from quite diverse sources and correspond to...

- Jeffery I. Round

The aim of this paper is to appraise a few of the key innovative features of the early work in compiling SAMs for development policy analysis; to set out and review some recent methodological advances; and to identify those areas where...

- Ian Sue Wing

This paper is a simple, rigorous, practically-oriented exposition of computable general equilibrium (CGE) modeling. The general algebraic framework of a CGE model is developed from microeconomic fundamentals, and employed to illustrate...

- John B. Shoven and John Whalley
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Suggested Reading for the 2013 CGE Modeling course is as follows:
 
Section I. Producer Theory
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Required reading for the 2013 CGE modeling course is as follows:
 
Section III. Competitive General...
- Véronique Robichaud
 
The course outline, reading list, exercises and solutions are available below for the 2013 CGE Training Course.
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- Xinshen Diao, Adam Kennedy, Athur Mabiso, and Angga Pradesha

In recent years, the government of Tanzania, like other governments in Africa south of the Sahara, has periodically banned the export of staple crops (maize) in an attempt to ensure the domestic food supply and protect its citizens from...

- Karl Pauw, Paul A. Dorosh, and John Mazunda

The Malawian economy has in recent months been plagued by a severe foreign exchange crisis, fueled in part by a steadily rising import bill, sharp successive declines in tobacco export prices, the suspension of direct government budget support...

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