Basic CGE Models

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CGE Modeling

Articles


Books

  • Shoven, J. and J. Whalley, 1992. Applying General Equilibrium, Cambridge University Press.
  • Dervis K., J. De Melo and S. Robinson. General Equilibrium Models for Development Policy. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1982, 526 p.
  • Adelman, I. and S. Robinson, 1978. Income Distribution Policy in Developing Countries: A Case Study of Korea. Stanford University Press
  • Dixon, P. and M. Rimmer, 2002. Dynamic General Equilibrium Modelling for Forecasting and Policy: a Practical Guide and Documentation of MONASH, North Holland.
  • Dixon, P, B. Parmenter and A. Powell, 1992. Notes and Problems in Applied General Equilibrium Economics, North Holland.
  • Hertel, Tom (ed.), 1997. Global Trade Analysis: Modeling and Applications, Cambridge University Press.
  • Keller, W. J., 1980, Tax Incidence: A General Equilibrium Approach, North-Holland.
  • A standard Computable General Equilibrium (CGE) in GAMS, Microcomputers in Policy Research, vol.5, International Food Policy Research Institute.
  • Exercises in General Equilibrium Modeling Using GAMS and Key to Exercises in CGE Modeling Using GAMS.
  • Ballard C., D. Fullerton, J. Shoven and J. Whalley, 1985. A General Equilibrium Model for Tax Policy Evaluation, University of Chicago Press
  • De Melo, J. and D. Tarr, 1992, A General Equilibrium Analysis of US Foreign Trade Policy, MIT Press.
  • Dixon, P., B. Parmenter, J. Sutton and D. Vincent, 1982. ORANI: A Multisectoral Model of the Australian Economy, North-Holland.
  • Francois, J and K. Reinert (eds.), 1997. Applied Methods for Trade Policy Analysis: A Handbook. Cambridge University Press (UK).
  • Ginsburgh, V. and M. Keyzer, 1997. The Structure of Applied General Equilibrium Models, MIT Press.
  • Johansen, Leif, 1960. A Multi-Sectoral Study of Economic Growth, North-Holland [2nd enlarged edition 1974].
  • J. Quirk and R. Saposnik, 1968, Introduction to General Equilibrium Theory and Welfare Economics, Mcgraw Hill, New York.
  • Devarajan, S. and Robinson, S. (2002), The Impact of Computable General Equilibrium Models on Policy
  • Dervis, De Melo, Robison. General equilibrium models for development policy. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1982, 526 p.
  • Devarajan, S., J.D. Lewis and S. Robinson, 1990, Policy Lessons from Trade Focused, Two-sector Models, Journal of Policy Modeling, 12(4), pp. 625-657.
  • Sadoulet, E. and A. De Janvry, 1995, Computable General Equilibrium Models, chapter twelve in Quantitative Development Policy Analysis, The Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, p. 341-372.
  • Shoven. J.B. and J. Whalley, 1992, Designing an applied general equilibrium model, chapter four in Applying General Equilibrium, Cambridge surveys of economic literature, Cambridge, pp. 71-102.
  • Shoven. J.B. and J. Whalley, 1992, Using applied general equilibrium models, chapter five in Applying General Equilibrium, Cambridge surveys of economic literature, Cambridge, pp. 103-133.
  • Taylor, L., Structuralist CGE Models, 1990, chapter one in Socially Relevant Policy Analysis: Structuralist Computable General Equilibrium Models for the Developing World, The MIT Press, Cambridge, p. 1-70.
  • Gunning JW. And Keyzer M., 1995, Applied General Equilibrium Models for Policy Analysis, in Handbook of Development Economics Edited by j. Behrman and TS. Srinivasan Vol III-A, pp. 2025-2107.
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SAM and multipliers

  • Defourny, J. and E. Thorbecke, 1984, Structural Path Analysis and Multiplier Decomposition within a Social Accounting Matrix Framework, The Economic Journal, 94(373), pp. 111-136.
  • Pyatt G. and J. Round, 1977, Social Accounting Matrices for Development Planning, Review of Income and Wealth, Vol 23 n 4, pp. 339-364.
  • Pyatt, G. and J.I Round, 1979, Accounting and Fixed Price Multipliers in a Social Accounting Matrix Framework, The Economic Journal, 89(356), pp. 850-873.
  • Reinert, K. A. and D. W. Roland-Holst, 1997, Social Accounting Matrices, chapter four in Applied Methods for Trade Policy Analysis: A Handbook  J.F. Francois and K.A. Reinert eds, Cambridge University Press, pp. 94-121.
  • Robilliard AS. and Robinson S., 1999, Reconciling Household Surveys and National Accounts Data Using a Cross Entropy Estimation Method, IFPRI-TMD Discussion Paper, #50.
  • Sadoulet, E. and A. De Janvry, 1995, Input-Output Tables, Social Accounting Matrices, and Multipliers, chapter ten in Quantitative Development Policy Analysis, The Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, pp. 273-301.  
  • Round, Jeffery I, 2003, Constructing SAMs for Development Policy Analysis: Lessons Learned and Challenges Ahead, forthcoming. 
  • Round, Jeffery I, 2003, Social Accounting Matrices and SAM-based Multiplier Analysis
  • Robinson, Sherman, Andrea Cattaneo, and Moataz El-Said. 2001. Economic Systems Research, Vol. 13, No. 1, pp. 47-64.
  • Robinson, S., and M. El-Said. 2000. Trade and Macroeconomics Division Discussion Paper No. 64. Washington, D.C.: International Food Policy Research Institute.
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Macroclosures

  • Dewatripont, M. and G. Michel, 1987, On Closure Rules, Homogeneity and Dynamics in Applied General Equilibrium Models, Journal of Development Economics, 26, pp. 65-76.
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Functional Forms

  • Armington, P.S., 1969, A Theory of Demand for Products Distinguished by Place of Production, IMF Staff Papers, 16, pp. 159-178.
  • Deaton, A. and J. Muellbauer, 1980, An Almost Ideal Demand System, The American Economic Review, 70(3), pp. 312-326.
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Programming with GAMS (or EViews)

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CGE related Materials

Graduate Books / Essays

  • Barro J and Sala-i-Martin (2003), Economic Growth (2nd ed), MIT Press
  • Koopman,TC, (1957), essay 1 in: Three Essays on the State of Economic Science, McGraw-Hill, New York.
  • A. Mas-Colell, M. Whinston and J. Green (1995), Microeconomic Theory, Oxford University Press, USA.
  • Markusen, J., 2002. Multinational Firms and the Theory of International Trade. MIT Press.

Trade liberalization

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Standard Trade CGE Models

  • Piermartini, R. and R. The,  2005. Demystifying Modelling Methods for Trade Policy, Discussion Paper No. 10, World Trade Organization, Geneva.
  • DeMelo, J., 1988, Computable General Equilibrium Models for Trade Policy Analysis in Developing Countries: A Survey, Journal of Policy Modeling, 10(4), pp. 469-503.
  • Dorosh, P., 1996, Rents and Exchange Rates: Redistribution through Trade Liberalization in Madagascar, chapter two in Economic Reform and the Poor in Africa, ed. by D. E. Sahn, Clarendon Press Oxford, pp. 29-61.  
  • Lewis, J. D., Robinson, S. Free Trade Agreements and the SADC Economies. Paper presented at the ESRC Development Economics Study group Conference, University of Nottingham, April 5-7, 2001.
  • Trela, I. and J. Whalley, 1990, Global Effects of Developed Country Trade Restrictions on Textiles and Apparel, Economic Journal, 100(403), pp. 1190-1205.
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Non Standard CGE Models

  • Clarete, R. L. and J. Whalley, 1988, Interactions between Trade Policies and Domestic Distortions in a Small Open Developing Country, Journal of International Economics, 24(3/4), pp. 345-358.
  • DeMelo, J. and D. Roland-Holst, 1992, Tariffs and Export Subsidies When Domestic Markets are Oligopolistic, in J. Mercenier and T.N. Srinivasan eds Applied General Equilibrium and Economic Development, Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.
  • Dahl H., Devarajan S. and van Wijnbergen S., 1994, Revenue-Neutral Tariff Reform: Theory and Practice, in S. Deverajan, J.D. Lewis and S. Robinson, Getting the Model Right: The general Equilibrium Approach to Adjustment Policy. , unpublished manuscript.
  • Devarajan, S. and D. Rodrik, 1991, Pro-Competitive Effects of Trade Reform: Results from a CGE Model of Cameroon, European Economic Review, 35, pp. 1157-84.
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Multi-Country Models

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Trade Liberalization, Poverty and Income Distribution

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Trade Liberalisation and Labor Market

Poverty & Income Distribution Analysis

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Analysing Macro-Poverty Linkages

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Microsimulations

Reconciliation of household survey and national accounts data

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Poverty & Income Distribution Effects of Trade Liberalization

Labour Market

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Endogenous Labor

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Exogenous Labor

Labor Categories

Skilled vs. Unskilled

Rural vs. Urban

Men vs. Women

Formal vs. Infomal

Public vs. Private

Agriculture vs. Non Agriculture

White vs. Black

Permanent Worker vs. Casual Worker vs. Family Worker

Labor Market Structure

Exogenous Wage setting

Minimum Wage

Efficiency Wage

Union and Wage Bargaining

Adjustment cost

Unemployment subsidy and reserve  wage

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Endogenous Labour - Others

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Exogenous Labor - Others

Labour categories

Skilled vs. Unskilled

Urban vs. Rural

Men vs. Women

Formal vs. Informal

Public vs. Private

Agriculture vs. Non agriculture

  • Harris John R and Michael P. Todaro, (1970), " Migration, Unemployment and Development", The American Economic Review, Vol. 60, Issue 1, p. 126-142.

 

Labor Market Structure

Exogenous Wage Setting

  • Adams James D. (Feb 1997), " Technology, Trade, and Wages ", National Bureau of Economic Research, Working Paper No 5940.
  • Agenor P.-R. and Aizenman J. (1996), " Trade liberalisation and unemployment", The Journal of International Trade & Economic  Development,  Vol. 5, No. 3, 265-286.

Minimum Wage

Efficiency Wage

Union and Wage Bargaining

Adjustment Cost

Others

Growth & Poverty

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Growth and Poverty

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Public Spending and Growth: CGE

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Public Spending and Growth: non-CGE

  • Agenor, P-R. & Moreno-Dodson, B. (2006). Public Infrastructure and Growth: New Channels and Policy Implications. World Bank Policy Research Working Paper 4064, World Bank. 
  • Agenor, P-R. (2007). Fiscal Policy and Endogenous Growth with Public Infrastrucutre. Oxford Economic Papers, 60, pp. 57-87.
  • Aghion, P. (2009). Growth and Education. Commission on Growth and Development. Working Paper No. 56.
  • Balisacan, A. M., & Pernia, E. M. (2002). Probing Beneath Cross-National Averages: Poverty, Inequality, and Growth in the Philippines. ERD Working Paper Series No. 7, Economics and Research Department, Asian Development Bank, Manila.
  • Barro R. J. (1990). Government Spending in a Simple Model of Endogenous Growth. Journal of Political Economy, 98, 5, 1,  pp 103-125.
  • Bose, N., Haque, E. M., & Osborne, R. D. (2007). Public Expenditure and Economic Growth: A disaggregated Analysis for Developing Countries. The Manchester School, 75, 5, pp. 533-556.
  • Calderon C., & L. Serven. (2004). The Effects of Infrastructure Development on Growth and Income Distribution. World Bank Policy Research Working Paper No. 3400. World Bank, Washington, DC.
  • Chen, B.-L., & Lee, S.-F. (2007). Congestible Public Goods and Local Indeterminacy: A Two Sector Endogenous Growth Model. Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, 31, 7, pp.2486-2518.
  • Deininger, K., &  Okidi, J. (2002). Growth and poverty reduction in Uganda, 1992-2000: Panel data evidence. World Bank, Washington DC and Economic Policy Research Council, Kampal.
  • Estache, A. & Fay, M. (2009). Current Debates on Infrastructure Policies. Commission on Growth and Development. Working Paper No.49.
  • Fan, S., & Zhang, X. (2008). Public Expenditure, Growth, and Poverty Reduction in Rural Uganda. African Development Review, 20, 3, pp466.
  • Fan, S., Hazell, P. & Thorat, S. (2000). Government spending, growth and poverty in rural India. American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 82, 4, pp. 1038-1051.
  • Fan, S., Nyange, D. & Rao N. (2005). Public Investment and Poverty Reduction in Tanzania: Evidence from Household Survey Data, DSGD Discussion Paper No. 18, International Food Policy Research Institute.
  • Fan, S., Zhang L. X., & Zhang, X. B. (2002). Growth, Inequality, and Poverty in Rural China: The Role of Public Investments. Research Report 125, International Food Policy Research Institute, Washington, D.C.
  • Futagami, K., Morita, Y., & Shibata, A. (1993). Dynamic Analysis of an Endogenous Growth Model with Public Capital. Scandinavian Journal of Economics, 95 ,4 ,pp. 607-625.
  • Kalaitzidakis, P., & Kalyvitis, S. (2004). On the Macroeconomic Implications of Maintenance in Public Capital. Journal of Public Economics, 88, 3-4, pp. 695-712.
  • Lokshin, M. & Yemtsov. R. (2005). Has Rural Infrastructure Rehabilitation in Georgia Helped the Poor?, World Bank Economic Review, 19, 2, pp.311-333.
  • Mu, R., & van de Walle, D. (2007). Rural Roads and Poor Area Development in Vietnam. World Bank Policy Research Working Paper 4340.
  • Mundlak, Y., Larson, D.F., & Butzer, R. (2002). Determinants of agricultural growth in Indonesia, the Philippines, and Thailand. Policy Research Working Paper 2803, The World Bank, Washington, DC.
  • Ohdoi, R. (2007). Productive Government Spending, Patterns of Specialisation and Economic Growth in a Small Open Economy. The Japanese Economic Review, 58, pp. 127-146.
  • Park, H., & Philippopoulos, A. (2002). Dynamics of Taxes, Public Services and Endogenous Growth. Macroeconomic Dynamics, 6, 2, pp.187-201.
  • Sahoo, P. & Dash, R. K. (2009). Infrastructure development and economic growth in India. Journal of the Asia Pacific Economy, 14, 4, pp. 351-365.
  • Tamai, T. (2007). Public Intermediate Goods, Endogenous Growth, and Indeterminacy. Economic Modelling,  24 , pp. 683-689.
  • Tsoukis, C., & Miller, N. J. (2003). Public Services and Endogenous Growth. Journal of Policy Modelling, 25, 3 , 297-307.
  • Van deWalle, D. (2000). Are returns to investment lower for the poor? Human and physical capital interactions in rural Vietnam. Policy Research Working Paper 2425, The World Bank, Washington, DC.
  • Yakita, A. (2004). Elasticity of Substitution in Public Capital Formation and Economic Growth. Journal of Macroeconomics, 26 ,3, pp. 391-408.

Gender

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Gender

Modeling the Agriculture

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Modeling the Agricultural Sector

  • Thomas W. Hertel, 2006 .
  • Thomas W. Hertel, 1999. Staff Paper 99-2. Department of Agricultural Economics, Purdue University.
  • Projecting World Food Demand Using Alternative Demand Systems
  • Romeo Bautista, et al, 1998. TMD Discussion Paper No. 25. IFPRI.
  • Channing Arndt, et al, 1999. TMD Discussion Paper No. 43. IFPRI.
  • Romeo Bautista and Marcelle Thomas, 2000. TMD Discussion Paper No. 57. IFPRI.
  • Romeo Bautista, et al, 2002. . Research Report 128. IFPRI.
  • Xinshen Diao, et al, 2002. TMD Discussion Paper No. 103. IFPRI.
  • Determinants of Agricultural Growth in Indonesia, the Philippines and Thailand
  • The Liberalization of Tunisian Agriculture and the European Union: A Perspective Analysis
  • Simeon Ehui and Christopher Delgado, 1999. MSSD Discussion Paper No. 38. IFPRI.
  • Marzia Fontana and Paul Dorosh, 2001. TMD Discussion Paper No. 73. IFPRI.
  • Eleni Gabre-Madhin et al, 2003.   MSSD Discussion Paper No. 62. IFPRI.
  • Ashok Gulati and Sudha Narayanan, 2002. MSSD Discussion Paper No. 51. IFPRI.
  •  Rebecca Lee Harris, 2001. TMD Discussion Paper No. 65. IFPRI
  • TMD Discussion Paper No. 48. IFPRI.
  • TMD Discussion Paper No. 48. IFPRI.
  • TMD Discussion Paper No. 37. IFPRI
  • TMD Discussion Paper No. 41.

  • TMD Discussion Paper No. 48.
  • Madhin et al, 2003. MTID Discussion Paper No. 62. IFPRI.
  • Sherman Robinson, et al. 1998.
  • Decaluwe, B., A. Patry, and L. Savard. 1998
  • Hazell, Peter .B.R., and Roger D. Norton. 1986. Mathematical Programming for Economic Analysis in Agriculture. New York: Macmillan Publishing Company.
  • Lofgren, Hans, Rebecca Lee Harris, and Sherman Robinson, with assistance from Moataz El-Said and Marcelle Thomas. 2002. A Standard Computable General Equilibrium (CGE) Model in GAMS. Microcomputers in Policy Research, Vol. 5. Washington, D.C.: IFPRI.
  • Lofgren, Hans and Sherman Robinson. 1999.pp. 367‑379 in George H. Peters and Joachim von Braun, eds. 1999. Food Security, Diversification, and Resource Management: Refocusing the Role of Agriculture? Brookfield, Vermont: Ashgate Publishing.

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