How Robust is Applied General Equilibrium Analysis?
What does AGE stand for?
AGE stands for Applied General Equilibrium
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In addition to presenting the model, the nine chapters discuss how it can be applied to the economies of Brazil and Turkey, explores approaches for linking macro and micro levels to analyze the poverty and distributional effects of policy and exogenous shocks in applied general equilibrium modes, and considers directions for future research and methodological improvement.
His research interests include: economic demography, Social Security and private pensions; Medicare and health insurance; corporate finance (dividend behavior, mergers and acquisitions, share repurchase); stock and bond returns; mutual funds; federal, personal, and corporate income taxation; and applied general equilibrium analysis.
Mansur, Ahsan and John Whalley, "Numerical Specification of Applied General Equilibrium Models: Estimation, Calibration, and Data.
He specializes in public finance and corporate finance and has published on Social Security, corporate and personal taxation, mutual funds, pension plans, economic demography and applied general equilibrium economics.
Their comments include the basic issues of the Bangladesh economy, a 15-year review of the growth and convergence of regional per-capita output levels to 1997, using a panel data approach of financial development and income convergence, the role of development and individual attributes in fertility, an applied general equilibrium model that assesses the influence of micro-credit schemes as capital in rural economies, fisheries and employment, the demand for water and sanitation, the Bangladesh stock market, transfer pricing policy issues, exchange rate responses to inflation, and the war against corruption.
HC79 2004-048851 1-84542-109-4 Modelling the costs of environmental policy; a dynamic applied general equilibrium assessment.