Social Accounting Matrices and Computable General Equilibrium Models: the State of the Art and the Prospects for the Future

January 25th, 2017, 10.30 a.m.

Federico PERALI (University of Verona), Riccardo MAGNANI (Economic Center of Paris Nord University)
Extractive Bureaucracies: a Counterfactual Analysis of the Valle d’Aosta Growth using a Dynamic CGE Model

Roberto ROSON (Ca’ Foscari University of Venice)
Estimating Long-Run Structural Change in Multi-sector General Equilibrium Models

Riccardo MAGNANI (Economic Center of Paris Nord University), Luca PICCOLI (University of Balearic Islands), Martine CARRÉ (Paris Dauphine University), Amedeo SPADARO (University of Balearic Islands)
Would a Real Depreciation of the Euro Improve the French Economy?

Pasquale Lucio SCANDIZZO (University of Rome Tor Vergata), Dino FERRARESE (Open Economics)
A Dynamic CGE Model of the Macro-meso Economy with an Application to Mauritius

Rosita PRETAROLI, Claudio SOCCI, Francesca SEVERINI, (University of Macerata)
Unconventional Monetary Policy Expansion: The Economic Impact through a Dynamic CGE Model

Gabriele STANDARDI (Enrico Mattei Foundation)
Sensitivity of Modeling Results to Technological and Regional Details: The Case of Italy’s Carbon Mitigation Policy

Giorgio GARAU (University of Sassari), Patrizio LECCA (European Commission, Joint Research Centre of Seville)
Policy Spillover, TFPS Distribution and Price Distortion

Antonella CAIUMI, Lorenzo DI BIAGIO, (ISTAT, National Institute of Statistics)
Corporate Effective Tax Rates in Italy using the Istat–MATIS Microsimulation Model

Enrico MAZZOLI, (IFAD, International Fund for Agricultural Development), Dino FERRARESE (Open Economics)
A Case Study of a Local Social Accounting Matrix: Oaxaca, Mexico