Dynamic multi-sector CGE modeling: Reply to Aßmann and Hogrefe
Farmer and Wendner (2004) consider the sensitivity of policy effects, as implied by dynamic multi-sector computable general equilibrium models, with respect to the specification of capital and investment aggregation. They demonstrate that (small) differences in the specification of capital and investment aggregation may yield large differences in the policy effects predicted by dynamic multi-sector computable general equilibrium models. Assmann and Hogrefe, AH in the following, conclude that Farmer and Wendner's (FW) result indeed also holds in different model frameworks. However, they criticize FW's model that is based on the ``puzzling'' value capital approach. Here, FW reply to AH's critique.
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- Farmer, Karl & Wendner, Ronald, 2004.
"Dynamic multi-sector CGE modeling and the specification of capital,"
Structural Change and Economic Dynamics,
Elsevier, vol. 15(4), pages 469-492, December.
- FARMER Karl & WENDNER Ronald, . "Dynamic Multi-Sector CGE Modelling and the Specification of Capital," EcoMod2003 330700051, EcoMod.
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