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7 months ago
Forum: Modeling
Topic: Include LES demand elasticity in CGE model
Replies: 1
Views: 286

Include LES demand elasticity in CGE model

Hi, I am trying to include LES demand elasticity in the constructed CGE model to examine the welfare impact of a policy shock. Thus, I tried to prepare a list of this elasticity values (for different commodities by different segments) in my base model using parameter as following. Parameter LESELAST...
9 months ago
Forum: Modeling
Topic: A change in endogenous variables in general equilibrium
Replies: 4
Views: 940

Re: A change in endogenous variables in general equilibrium

Thanks Renger once again! So, if I try to solve a simulation in a LOOP (as following), the endogenous variable should be fixed with the new parameter (for simulation) in order to make it as an exogenous variable. Am I doing right? LOOP(SIM, PD.FX('AGR') = PAGRINCR(SIM); SOLVE "name of model" USING M...
9 months ago
Forum: Modeling
Topic: A change in endogenous variables in general equilibrium
Replies: 4
Views: 940

A change in endogenous variables in general equilibrium

Hi, Primarily, developing a CGE model is intended to examine the policy change using the changes in coefficients and exogenous variables. Regarding to this matter, when I intended to examine a change in any endogenous variable (for example, a change in domestic good price), I find myself lost in pro...
9 months ago
Forum: Syntax
Topic: Error 70 The dimensions of the equ.var pair do not conform
Replies: 2
Views: 517

Re: Error 70 The dimensions of the equ.var pair do not conform

Thanks Renger. The problem is solved.
9 months ago
Forum: Syntax
Topic: Error 70 The dimensions of the equ.var pair do not conform
Replies: 2
Views: 517

Error 70 The dimensions of the equ.var pair do not conform

Hi, In the MCP model, every equation should be match to a complementary variable. Regarding to this matter, should those equations of system constraint block (such as market equilibrium for factors and composite commodities) be included, or just ignore? If these equations are involved, the numbers b...