Applied General Equilibrium Analysisby Herbert E. Scarf, John B. Shoven
Pub. Date: 08/28/2008
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
This book presents a collection of articles on applied general equilibrium analysis by major contributors to this field. This rapidly expanding method of analysis involves the use of computers to study entire economies and the interrelationships among firms, households and governments in these economies. There are also articles on the particular computational… See more details below
This book presents a collection of articles on applied general equilibrium analysis by major contributors to this field. This rapidly expanding method of analysis involves the use of computers to study entire economies and the interrelationships among firms, households and governments in these economies. There are also articles on the particular computational techniques involved in the numerical estimation of these equilibrium models and on several particular applications. Papers deal with the United States, Mexican and Australian economies. Other chapters provide an analysis of long-run energy problems, fiscal federalism and economic planning.
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Table of Contents1. The computation of equilibrium prices Herbert E. Scarf; 2. Efficient methods of computing economic equilibria Michael J. Todd; 3. Numerical specification of applied general equilibrium models: estimation, calibration, and data Ahsan Mansur and John Whalley; 4. Econometric methods for applied general equilibrium analysis Dale W. Jorgenson; 5. Money and bonds in a disaggregated open economy Andrew Feltenstein; 6. Modeling structural adjustment: micro and macro elements in a general equilibrium framework Sherman Robinson and Laura D'Andrea Tyson; 7. General equilibrium analysis of regional fiscal incidence Larry J. Kimbell and Glenn W. Harrison; 8. Decomposing the impact of higher energy prices on long-term growth Antonio M. Borges and Lawrence H. Goulder; 9. A comparison of methodologies in empirical general equilibrium models of taxation Don Fullerton, Yolanda K. Henderson, and John B. Shoven; 10. Planning models and general equilibrium activity analysis Victor Ginsburgh and Jean Waelbroeck; 11. A general equilibrium model for the Mexican economy Jaime Serra-Puche; 12. Extending the ORANI model of the Australian economy: adding foreign investment to a miniature version Peter B. Dixon, B. R. Parmenter and Russell J. Rimmer.
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