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Simulating long term effects of policies in the agrifood sector: requirements, challenges and recommendations

Axel Tonini, Jerzy Michalek, Thomas Fellmann, Robert M'baretk, Jacques Delincé, George Philippidis, Maciej Bukowski, Piero Conforti, Alexandre Gohin (), Andrey Krasovskii, Hans Meijl (), Dominique van der Mensbrugghe (), Janos Varga, Michael Wickens, Heinz-Peter Witzke and Geert Woltjer ()
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Jerzy Michalek: Agricultural Economist, Senior Consultant - UPD7 - Université Paris Diderot - Paris 7
Robert M'baretk: IPTS - JRC Institute for Prospective Technological Studies - JRC - European Commission - Joint Research Centre [Seville]
Jacques Delincé: IPTS - JRC Institute for Prospective Technological Studies - JRC - European Commission - Joint Research Centre [Seville]
Maciej Bukowski: The Institute for Structural Research
Piero Conforti: Agricultural Development Economics Division, Global Perspective Studies Team - Food and Agriculture Organization
Alexandre Gohin: UMR 1302 Structures et Marchés Agricoles, Ressources et Territoires - INRA - Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique - AGROCAMPUS OUEST - SMART - Structures et Marchés Agricoles, Ressources et Territoires
Andrey Krasovskii: IIASA - International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis [Laxenburg]
Janos Varga: Directorate General for Economic and Financial Affairs (DG ECFIN) - European Commission
Michael Wickens: University of York [York, UK]
Heinz-Peter Witzke: EuroCARE - European Centre for Agricultural, Regional and Environmental Policy Resarch

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Abstract: Food security, natural resources and climate change related questions focusing on a longer time horizon (2050+) are gaining importance. To assess the requirements and challenges entailed with the simulation of long-term issues in the agri-food sector the JRC-IPTS carried out the project "Methodological requirements of a modelling tool for simulation of long-term (2050) effects of policies affecting the agricultural and food sectors", involving experts for different methodologies. Partial and General Equilibrium models are covered as well as Dynamic Stochastic General Equilibrium (DSGE) and Optimal Control Theory (OCT) approaches are taken into account, evaluated and discussed.[résumé des auteurs]

Date: 2013
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Published in [Technical Report] JRC 84850, Institute for Prospective Technological Studies of the JRC. 2013, 85 p

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DOI: 10.2791/32906

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