Building And Linking A Microsimulation Model To A Cge Model For South Africa
AbstractThis paper examines the microeconomic effects of macroeconomic policies or shocks in South Africa. In particular, the paper considers the effects of macroeconomic policies on poverty and inequality by building and linking a microsimulation (MS) model to a Computable General Equilibrium (CGE) model. In the South African context, where poverty and inequality are at high levels, this novel approach enables us to identify the winners and losers of any policy change, so that the impact on poverty and inequality can be assessed in detail. Copyright (c) 2006 The Author. Journal compilation (c) 2006 Economic Society of South Africa.
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