Cge Modeling and Developing Economies: a Concise Empirical Survey of 56 Applications to 24 Countries
This Is an Empirical Survey of 56 Applications of Computable General Equilibrium (Cge) Models to 24 Developing Countries, 45 of the Applications Being Less Than 5 Years Old. the Focus Is on the Economic Structure of the Models, Their Type of Macroeconomic Closure, Sources of Dynamization, and Simulations. Most of the Applications Deal with External Trade and Financing But Recent Work Has Been Produced on the Impact of Labor Market Distortions, Internal Tax Reforms, Changes in Domestic Price Subsidies, Alternative Forms of Domestic Financing, Etc.
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