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Modeling Public Policies in Latin America and the Caribbean

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  • Andrés Schuschny
  • Paolo Giordano
  • José Durán Lima
  • Carlos de Miguel
  • Masakazu Watanuki
  • Julio Guzmán

Author

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  • Paolo Giordano
  • Masakazu Watanuki
  • José Durán Lima
  • Carlos E. Ludeña
  • Mariano Alvarez
  • Carlos de Miguel
  • Sara Wong
  • Ricardo Arguello
  • María Inés Terra
  • Marisa Bucheli
  • Silvia Laens
  • Carmen Estrades
  • Omar O. Chisari
  • Javier Maquieyra
  • Carlos Romero
  • Joaquim Bento de Souza Ferreira Filho
  • Denis Medvedev
  • Dominique van der Mensbrugghe
  • Octávio Augusto Fontes Tourinho
  • Honorio Kume
  • Ana Cristina de Souza Pedroso

Abstract

This book contains a selection of studies discussed at the first and second Regional Meetings on Computable General Equilibrium, which were held, respectively, in Santiago, Chile on 13 and 14 April 2007 with the collaboration of the Centre for International Prospective Studies and Information (CEPII), and San Jose, Costa Rica, from 24 to 25 November 2008, with the collaboration of the Central American Institute of Business Administration (INCAE). They deal with issues such as trade policy, regional integration, trade in services, fiscal policy, the impact of food price surges and climate change; are based on comparable methodologies; and shed light on the implications of crucial policy alternatives that Latin American regional policymakers are currently facing. With this publication, ECLAC and IDB hope to disseminate the studies broadly among policymakers and to encourage new generations of modelers to further analytical work in this area.

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  • Paolo Giordano & Masakazu Watanuki & José Durán Lima & Carlos E. Ludeña & Mariano Alvarez & Carlos de Miguel & Sara Wong & Ricardo Arguello & María Inés Terra & Marisa Bucheli & Silvia Laens & Carmen , 2010. "Modeling Public Policies in Latin America and the Caribbean," IDB Publications (Books), Inter-American Development Bank, number 366 edited by Andrés Schuschny & Paolo Giordano & José Durán Lima & Carlos de Miguel & Masakazu Watanuki & Julio G, November.
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    1. Carmen Estrades & Cecilia Llambí, 2013. "Lessons from the 2008 Financial Crisis: Policy Responses to External Shocks in Uruguay," The Developing Economies, Institute of Developing Economies, vol. 51(3), pages 233-259, September.
    2. Onil Banerjee & Martin Cicowiez & Mark Horridge & Renato Vargas, 2016. "A Conceptual Framework for Integrated Economic-Environmental Modelling," CEDLAS, Working Papers 0202, CEDLAS, Universidad Nacional de La Plata.
    3. Mardones D., Cristián, 2012. "Chile: building a computable general equilibrium model with an application to the Bío Bío region," Revista CEPAL, Naciones Unidas Comisión Económica para América Latina y el Caribe (CEPAL), April.

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