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Simulating the effects of the European single market: a CGE analysis for Spain

Oscar Bajo-Rubio () and Antonio Gómez-Plana

No 208, Studies on the Spanish Economy from FEDEA

Abstract: In this paper we provide an empirical assessment of two of the measures proposed in the context of the European Single Market, namely, easing the provision of domestic and foreign services, and modifying the rules of public procurement, for the case of Spain. We build and simulate a computable general equilibrium (CGE) model, which incorporates three particular features: (i) increasing returns to scale and a noncompetitive price rule; (ii) sectoral export demand functions; and (iii) equilibrium unemployment according to a matching function approach.

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Journal Article: Simulating the effects of the European Single Market: A CGE analysis for Spain (2005) Downloads
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