The regional economic impacts of biofuels: A review of multisectoral modelling techniques and evaluation of applications
Grant Allan ()
No 2011-74, SIRE Discussion Papers from Scottish Institute for Research in Economics (SIRE)
The regional economic impact of biofuel production depends upon a number of interrelated factors: the specific biofuels feedstock and production technology employed; the sectorâ€™s embeddedness to the rest of the economy, through its demand for local resources; the extent to which new activity is created. These issues can be analysed using multisectoral economic models. Some studies have used (fixed price) Input-Output (IO) and Social Accounting Matrix (SAM) modelling frameworks, whilst a nascent Computable General Equilibrium (CGE) literature has also begun to examine the regional (and national) impact of biofuel development. This paper reviews, compares and evaluates these approaches for modelling the regional economic impacts of biofuels.
Keywords: biofuels; economic modelling; input-output; social accounting matrix; computable general equilibrium (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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