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  • Walras - A Multi-Sector, Multi-Country Applied General Equilibrium Model for Quantifying the Economy-Wide Effects of Agricultural Policies: A Technical Manual
Author
  • Jean-Marc Burniaux
  • François Delorme
  • Ian Lienert
  • John P. Martin
Physical Description
  • preprint
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  • This paper presents a technical description of the OECD's multi-sector, multi-country applied general equilibrium model -- the WALRAS model. This model has been developed with the explicit objective of quantifying the economy-wide effects of agricultural policies in OECD countries. The common specification of the model for the major OECD agricultural trading countries/​regions (Australia, Canada, EEC, Japan, New Zealand and the United States) is presented in detail. The construction of the benchmark data sets and the calibration of the model are also fully described ... Ce document de travail présente une description technique du modèle d'équilibre général développé au Département des Affaires Economiques et Statistiques dans le cadre du projet WALRAS. Le but explicite de ce projet est de quantifier les effets macro-économiques des politiques agricoles dans les pays de l'OCDE. Les principaux partenaires commerciaux de l'OCDE en matière agricole (Autralie, Canada, CEE, Japon, Nouvelle Zélande et les Etats Unis) sont représentés à l'aide d'une spécification commune qui est présentée en détail. La construction des données de base et le calibrage du modèle sont également décrits de façon exhaustive ...
  • RePEc:oec:ecoaaa:84-en
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