International trade

NEAC

Type of evidence: 

"NEAC can be used to analyse and forecast national and international transport flows. For forecasting transport flows, the model refers to the NEAC database that provides information on transport flows between regions."

METRO

Type of evidence: 

"The METal ResOurces (METRO) is a partial equilibrium model tailored for metal markets. It allows for a disaggregated representation of the mining sector and endogenous investment in extractive capacities. It can be calibrated to a large number of metal markets."

ICES

Type of evidence: 

Source: 

LIAISE

"ICES is a recursive dynamic general equilibrium model developed with the main purpose to (a) as-sess the final welfare implication of climate change impacts on world economies (b) assess the economic costs of mitigation policies."

GTAP

Type of evidence: 

‘GTAP was built as a general equilibrium model, assuming perfect competition and constant returns to scale, for 87 world regions and 57 commodities. The model allows for a sophisticated treatment of consumer demands, detailed treatment of international trade and transport costs and a global banking sector.’

GEM-CCGT

Type of evidence: 

"GEM-CCGT is a general equilibrium model designed for analysing the effects of multilateral agreements on climate change and trade. As a general equilibrium model, it implies that resources are allocated efficiently (all the markets of an economy are in equilibrium). The model is mainly used for: impact analysis of current and future trade agreements; impact analysis of greenhouse gas abatement strategies under the Kyoto Protocol; impact analysis of the interaction between trade and environmental policies."

E3MG

Type of evidence: 

Source: 

LIAISE

"E3MG is a sectoral econometric model for 20 world regions that has been developed with the intention of analyzing long-term energy and environment interactions with the global economy and assessing short and long-term impacts. The model consists of an in-depth treatment of changes in the input-output structure of the economy over the forecast period and incorporates the effects of technological change, relative price movements and changes in the composition of each industry’s output."

CAPRI

Type of evidence: 

Source: 

LIAISE

"CAPRI is a global agriculture sector model developed to assist in assessing the effect of CAP instruments on production, income, markets, trade and the environment at EU or member state levels as well as sub-national level."

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