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  • Price: $500.00
    Description: This self-paced training course is for people who want to include Melitz features in GTAP computations. It demonstrates how to integrate elements of modern trade theory, particularly the Melitz model with firm-level product differentiation, along with the traditional national differentiated products model of Armington and monopolistic competition models of Krugman and others, into the GTAP model. The course will be delivered as a sequence of lectures. An illustrative example is worked through in detail simulating the effects of a 10% tariff on wearing apparel comparing Armington and Melitz results. The Melitz theory is implemented by adding code to the existing GTAP model. Participants will gain a theoretical and practical understanding of how to implement elements of modern trade theory in GTAP. For Australian-based participants the price includes GST. Registration and payment gives you access to the course material for 90 days from the date of registration.
  • Price: $500.00
    Description: This self-paced training course is for people who want to include Melitz features in GTAP computations. It demonstrates how to integrate elements of modern trade theory, particularly the Melitz model with firm-level product differentiation, along with the traditional national differentiated products model of Armington and monopolistic competition models of Krugman and others, into the GTAP model. The course will be delivered as a sequence of lectures. An illustrative example is worked through in detail simulating the effects of a 10% tariff on wearing apparel comparing Armington and Melitz results. The Melitz theory is implemented by adding code to the existing GTAP model. Participants will gain a theoretical and practical understanding of how to implement elements of modern trade theory in GTAP. For International-based participants the price excludes GST (Australian Goods and Services Tax). Registration and payment gives you access to the course material for 90 days from the date of registration.
  • Price: Free
    Description: The course focuses on a typical single-region applied general equilibrium model: the ORANI-G model of the Australian economy. The course aims to introduce participants to the ideas and techniques of Computable General Equilibrium (CGE) modelling, and to equip them to start using, adapting or constructing CGE models for their own simulations. Dates: Various (until 31/04/2023) Access to this course is restricted.
  • Price: Free
    Description: This is a two week comparative-static regional CGE course based on the TERM-USA model of the United States. TERM-USA is the TERM model paired with a regional database for the USA. In this course we use a 13-region state-based aggregation of the 50 US states. The course format is online and self-paced, meaning participants work largely independently over the two weeks, with email support and 4 live tutorials available. Dates: 10-21 October 2022 Access to this course is restricted.