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Textbook of Computable General Equilibrium Modelling

Programming and Simulations

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Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xix
  2. Nobuhiro Hosoe, Kenji Gasawa, Hideo Hashimoto
    Pages 1-12
  3. Nobuhiro Hosoe, Kenji Gasawa, Hideo Hashimoto
    Pages 13-22
  4. Nobuhiro Hosoe, Kenji Gasawa, Hideo Hashimoto
    Pages 23-40
  5. Nobuhiro Hosoe, Kenji Gasawa, Hideo Hashimoto
    Pages 41-60
  6. Nobuhiro Hosoe, Kenji Gasawa, Hideo Hashimoto
    Pages 61-86
  7. Nobuhiro Hosoe, Kenji Gasawa, Hideo Hashimoto
    Pages 87-121
  8. Nobuhiro Hosoe, Kenji Gasawa, Hideo Hashimoto
    Pages 122-127
  9. Nobuhiro Hosoe, Kenji Gasawa, Hideo Hashimoto
    Pages 128-143
  10. Nobuhiro Hosoe, Kenji Gasawa, Hideo Hashimoto
    Pages 144-157
  11. Nobuhiro Hosoe, Kenji Gasawa, Hideo Hashimoto
    Pages 158-190
  12. Nobuhiro Hosoe, Kenji Gasawa, Hideo Hashimoto
    Pages 191-194
  13. Back Matter
    Pages 195-235

About this book

Introduction

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.

Keywords

accounting economic integration environment equilibrium integration modeling planning programming reforms science and technology simulation strategy taxation transport transportation

About the authors

NOBUHIRO HOSOE earned a Ph.D. in Economics at Osaka University and has been an associate professor at Japan's National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies since 1999. He has developed computable general equilibrium models and other simulation models to empirically investigate impacts of trade liberalization and regulatory reforms in public utilities.

KENJI GASAWA has been a researcher at Research Institute, National Rehabilitation Center for Persons with Disabilities since 2001. He has analyzed the effects of social security expenditures on social welfare using computable general equilibrium models and other simulation models.

HIDEO HASHIMOTO is Professor Emeritus of Osaka University, and has been engaged in economic analysis of developing countries at the World Bank for more than ten years, using various macroeconomic models. He has also taught development economics at Osaka University



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