General equilibrium theory and modeling are highly useful for understanding economic interactions and changes in the context of static and dynamic complex modern economies. Applied GEMs are widely used in the field of Macroeconomics to address a wide range of theoretical research questions, analyze, forecast, and simulate empirical/policy issues in response to exogenous shocks.
M&S Research Hub provides full and comprehensive structured training for researchers, data analysts, and policy experts to acquire detailed knowledge and become fully capable of using these models in their research and policy-related analysis.
Module Two: Computable General Equilibrium (CGE) provides full Training on the Theoretical Foundations of CGE Modeling, including Practical Labs Using GAMS.
Training content is systematic and structured as follows:
Modeling a Simple Economy
Modeling an Economy with Two Sectors
Modeling the Government
Modeling the Rest of the World
Introduction to Dynamic Models
Modeling a Simple Dynamic Model
Provided by the M&S Research Hub Academic Council
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