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A GAMS/MPSGE implementation of the PET model

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  • Matthias Weitzel
  • Edward J. Balistreri
  • Brian C O'Neill
  • Xiaolin Ren

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This paper describes a version of the Population-Economy-Technology (PET) model implemented in the GAMS/MPSGE programming language. The implementation of the model is comparable with the original fortran version of iPETS over a number of test cases. While a number of possible configurations exist for both model types, we demonstrate that there is a configuration that makes both implementations behave very similarly and the remaining difference can be traced to different implementations of dynamic agent behavior. This paper also serves as a methodological blueprint for model translation across different programming languages.

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  • Matthias Weitzel & Edward J. Balistreri & Brian C O'Neill & Xiaolin Ren, 2019. "A GAMS/MPSGE implementation of the PET model," Center for Agricultural and Rural Development (CARD) Publications 19-wp593, Center for Agricultural and Rural Development (CARD) at Iowa State University.
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    1. Xiaolin Ren & Matthias Weitzel & Brian C. O’Neill & Peter Lawrence & Prasanth Meiyappan & Samuel Levis & Edward J. Balistreri & Michael Dalton, 2018. "Avoided economic impacts of climate change on agriculture: integrating a land surface model (CLM) with a global economic model (iPETS)," Climatic Change, Springer, vol. 146(3), pages 517-531, February.
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    1. Taran Faehn & Gabriel Bachner & Robert Beach & Jean Chateau & Shinichiro Fujimori & Madanmohan Ghosh & Meriem Hamdi-Cherif & Elisa Lanzi & Sergey Paltsev & Toon Vandyck & Bruno Cunha & Rafael Garaffa , 2020. "Capturing Key Energy and Emission Trends in CGE models: Assessment of Status and Remaining Challenges," Journal of Global Economic Analysis, Center for Global Trade Analysis, Department of Agricultural Economics, Purdue University, vol. 5(1), pages 196-272, June.

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