MMRF-GREEN: A Dynamic, Multi-Sectoral, Multi-Regional Model of Australia
This paper presents an overview of the Monash Multi-Regional Forecasting-Green (MMRF-Green) model. MMRF-Green is a multi-regional, multi-sectoral model of the Australian economy. It is founded on the MMR model. MMR is a comparative-static model. MMRF-Green, in contrast, is a dynamic model; capable of producing sequences of annual solutions connected by dynamic relationships. MMRF-Green also includes enhanced capabilities for environmental analysis, and a regional disaggregation facility that allows results for the eight states/territories to be disaggregated down to 57 sub-state regions.
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