Les nouvelles théories de la croissance en application. L'évaluation des politiques structurelles, le cas du protocole de Kyoto
AbstractThis paper presents the mechanisms of an endogenous technical change module, with endogenous R&D decisions, introduced in the applied general equilibrium model for European Union, gem-e3. We use this module (1) to compare assessments for climate policies (Kyoto Protocol) when technical change is exogenous, with the case it is endogenous and (2) to assess for new R&D based climate change policies.Classification JEL : 033, 038, C68, H23
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Volume (Year): 56 (2005)
Issue (Month): 5 ()
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