Applying General Equilibriumby John B. Shoven
Pub. Date: 10/28/2003
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
The central idea underlying this work is to convert the Walrasian general equilibrium structure (formalized in the 1950s by Kenneth Arrow, Gerard Debreu and others) from an abstract representation of an economy into realistic models of actual economies.
Table of Contents1. Introduction; Part I. Techniques: 2. General equilibrium theory; 3. Computing general equilibria; Part II. Applying the Techniques: 4. Designing and applied general equilibrium model; 5. Using applied general equilibrium models; 6. A harberger tax model application; 7. A general equilibrium model of United States tax policies; Part III. Policy Applications: 8. Global trade models; 9. Single country trade modelling; 10. Analysis of price controls and stabilization policies; 11. Conclusion.
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