Models and Modeling Tools

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Last Updated: 14 May, 2013
Family: single-country computable general equilibrium model
Spatial Extent: national
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This toolbox contains the codes used to run microsimulations linked to CGE models. As a specific example, it uses the IFPRI standard CGE model and the Tanzania Household Budget Survey 2000/2001 to simulate a 50% fall in export prices in Tanzania. Two microsimulation techniques are implemented: a non-parametric microsimulation model and a representative household model.

Three main source codes are presented:

Last Updated: 7 Feb, 2013
Family: single-market partial equilibrium model
Spatial Extent: national
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Last Updated: 14 Jun, 2012
Family: single-country computable general equilibrium model
Spatial Extent: national
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The PEP 1-1 model (1 period – 1 country) is a static general equilibrium model that emerged from a collaboration between Bernard Decaluwe, André Lemelin, Véronique Robichaud, and Hélène Maisonnave. The model is designed for the study of an archetypal national economy. It will enable researchers to develop a relatively standard model and apply it easily to their own country, whatever the particular structure of their social accounting matrix (SAM).

Last Updated: 1 Nov, 2010
Family: single-country computable general equilibrium model
Spatial Extent: national
Time:

The PEP 1-t model is a recursive dynamic general equilibrium model. It follows the PEP 1-1 single-country, single-period model that emerged from a collaboration between Bernard Decaluwe, André Lemelin, Véronique Robichaud, and Hélène Maisonnave. The model is designed for the study of an archetypal national economy. It will enable researchers to develop a relatively standard model and apply it easily to their own country, whatever the particular structure of their Social Accounting Matrix (SAM).

Last Updated: 1 Jan, 2002
Family: single-country computable general equilibrium model
Spatial Extent: national
Time: