Global Trade Analysis: Modeling and Applications

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Overview

This book, drawn from the Global Trade Analysis Project (GTAP), aims to help readers conduct quantitative analysis of international trade issues in an economy-wide framework. In addition to providing a succinct introduction to the GTAP modeling framework and data base, this book contains seven of the most refined GTAP applications undertaken to date, covering topics ranging from trade policy, to the global implications of environmental policies, factor accumulation and technological change.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780521643740
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press
  • Publication date: 8/28/2004
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Pages: 424
  • Product dimensions: 5.98 (w) x 8.98 (h) x 0.87 (d)

Table of Contents

Foreword Alan A. Powell; Part I. Introduction and Overview: 1. Introduction Thomas W. Hertel; Part II. Structure of GTAP Framework: 2. Structure of GTAP Thomas W. Hertel and Marinos E. Tsigas; 3. Overview of the GTAP data base Mark Gehlhar, Denice Gray, Thomas W. Hertel, Karen Huff, Elena Ianchovichina, Bradley J. McDonald, Robert McDougall, Marinos E. Tsigas, and Randall Wigle; 4. GTAP Behavior parameters Karen Huff, Kevin Hanslow, Thomas W. Hertel, and Marinos E. Tsigas; 5. Aggregation and computation of equilibrium elasticities Thomas W. Hertel, D. Kent Lanclos, Kenneth R. Pearson, and Padma V. Swaminathan; 6. Implementing GTAP using the GEMPACK software Kenneth R. Pearson; Part III. Applications of GTAP: 7. Developing country expansion and relative wages in industrial countries Robert McDougall and Rod Tyers; 8. An evaluation of the Cairns Group strategies for agriculture in the Uruguay Round Donald MacLaren; 9. Free trade in the Pacific Rim: on what basis? Linda M. Young and Karen Huff; 10. Evaluating the benefits of abolishing the MFA in the Uruguay Round packageMarinos E. Tsigas, George B. Frisvold, and Betsey Kuhn; 12. Environmental policy modeling Carlo Perroni and Randall Wigle; 13. Multimarket effects of agricultural research with technological spillovers George B. Frisvold; Part IV. Evaluation of GTAP: 14. Historical analysis of growth and trade patterns in the Pacific Rim: An evaluation of the GTAP framework Mark Gehlhar; 15. Implications for global trade analysis Thomas W. Hertel; Glossary of GTAP notation.

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