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The Construction of a Global General Equilibrium Model for the Russian Economy Based on International Experience

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  • Nesterova, Kristina

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Multiregional computable general equilibrium models are employed extensively in international practice of examining the consequences of various measures of economic policy in the global context. Depending on the goals of the considered economic policy, the optimal model structure may vary. This study offers a comparison of a range of global CGE models, which results into constructing a global CGE model focused on current issues of Russian economic policy, such as the tax maneuver and the pension reform.

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  • Nesterova, Kristina, 2018. "The Construction of a Global General Equilibrium Model for the Russian Economy Based on International Experience," Working Papers 021807, Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration.
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