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  • Methodological Tools for SIA - Report of the CEPII Worshop held on 7-8 November 2002 in Brussels
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  • Nina Kousnetzoff
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  • In 2002, the Centre d'Etudes Prospectives et d'Informations Internationales (CEPII) organised a Workshop on the "Methodological Tools for Assessing the Sustainability Impact of the EU's Economic Policies, with Applications to Trade Liberalisation Policies" with the support of the European Commission, Global Change and Ecosystems Programme of the Directorate General for Research. This event was part of the European Commission's Fifth Framework Programme, "Socio-economic Aspects of Environmental Change in the Perspective of Sustainable Development". The organisation of the Workshop was also encouraged by the Directorate F of the Directorate-General for Trade. The principal aim of this exploratory Workshop was to strengthen methodologies for integrating the social, economic and environmental dimensions of sustainable development. It also aimed at developing modelling tools for policy-makers involved in Sustainability Impact Assessments (SIA).
  • Accession countries; adjustment costs; agricultural trade liberalisation; agriculture; Bangladesh; bio-physical models; CGE models; computable general equilibrium models; cost-benefit analysis; developing countries; enlargement; environment; environmental indicators; environmental policies; EU externalities; gender; impact assessment; labour displacement; output effects of trade liberalisation; sustainable development; trade; trade and environment linkages; trade liberalisation; Zambia
  • RePEc:cii:cepidt:2003-19
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