CGE model

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- Fabienne Femenia

This technical note presents a review of the functional forms commonly used to represent demand and production in Computable General Equilibrium (CGE) models. The general properties of demand and production functions are described. The note also...

- Volker Clausen and Hannah Schürenberg-Frosch

Numerous econometric studies fail to detect a significant and robust relationship between international aid and economic growth in the recipient countries. Dutch Disease effects might be responsible for this result. This paper examines the...

- Gelan, Ayele Engida, Ermias Caria, A. Stefano Karugia, Joseph

This study examines the magnitude of the macro and welfare effects generated by a realistic acceleration in the productivity growth of the Ethiopian livestock sector, as compared to historical trends and to alternative scenarios of productivity...

- Arndt, Channing Pauw, Karl Thurlow, James

Biofuels could offer new economic opportunities for low-income countries. We use a recursive dynamic computable general equilibrium model of Tanzania to evaluate different biofuels production options and estimate their impacts on growth and...

9 Apr, 2012 - David Laborde

The video is from a presentation made by Dr. David Laborde at the AGRODEP Workshop on Climate Change held on June 6-7 2011, in Dakar, Senegal. In this presentation, David Laborde ...

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