A Global Approach to Energy and the Environment
Warwick McKibbin () and
Chapter Chapter 15 in Handbook of Computable General Equilibrium Modeling, 2013, vol. 1, pp 995-1068 from Elsevier
G-Cubed is a multi-country, multi-sector, intertemporal general equilibrium model that has been used to study a variety of policies in the areas of environmental regulation, tax reform, monetary and fiscal policy, and international trade. It is designed to bridge the gaps between three areas of research – econometric general equilibrium modeling, international trade theory, and modern macroeconomics – by incorporating the best features of each. This chapter describes the theoretical and empirical structure of the model, summarizes its applications and contributions to the literature, and discusses two example applications in detail.
Keywords: Intertemporal modeling; international trade; international finance; energy policy; environmental policy; monetary and fiscal policy; trade liberalization; trade agreements; tax policy; climate policy; financial crises; pandemics; demographic change; C54; C68; D58; E27; E44; E6; F1; F21; F3; F4; H23; H6; J11; O24; O4; O5; Q3; Q4; Q5 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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