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Macroeconomie europeenne et coordination : le logiciel de Macro-Simulation MacSim

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  • Patricia Augier
  • Jean-Louis Brillet
  • Gilbert Cette
  • Raymond Gambini

MacSim est un logiciel de macroeconomie qui place les etudiants en situation de "decideurs Publics" devant prendre des decisions de politiques economiques afin d'ameliorer la situation economique d'un pays europeen ou de l'ensemble de l'Europe. Les pays peuvent passer des accords monetaires, et par exemple decider de former ou de sortir d'une Union Monetaire symetrique (type UEM) ou asymetrique (type SME). Plusieurs options sont possibles concernant la determination des taux d'interet et des taux de change. Les pays europeens peuvent de plus etre soumis a des chocs externes de demande, ou de prix. Enfin, les strategies peuvent etre plus ou moins cooperatives.

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Article provided by CEPII research center in its journal Economie Internationale.

Volume (Year): (2001)
Issue (Month): 85 ()
Pages: 147-155

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Handle: RePEc:cii:cepiei:2001-1tg
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