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On the uses and abuses of economy-wide models in development policy analysis
|Statement||by Clive Bell and T.N. Srinivasan.|
|Series||Discussion paper / Development Research Department -- no.55|
|Contributions||Srinivasan, T. N. 1933-, World Bank. Development Research Department.|
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Publisher Summary This chapter presents an analysis on the uses and abuses of economy wide models in development policy. Independent of the work for developing countries, computable general equilibrium models (CGEs) were developed to analyze the effects of fiscal and foreign trade policies pursued in developed by: On the uses and abuses of economy-wide models in development policy analysis (English) Abstract.
From the early use of fixed coefficient Input-Output models in analyzing the consistency and technical feasibility of development plans, economy-wide models have become indispensable tools of analyzis in development by: models and policy challenges for government.
HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES ON PUBLIC POLICY DEVELOPMENT AND POLICY ANALYSIS PROCESSES Historical perspective following the Second World War In order to understand policy development and policy analysis processes, it is.
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The Value of Models in Policy Analysis L.R. Klein A Model as a Simplification of Reality There is no single model of an economic system. In general, a model is a simplified approximation of reality, and there must surely be many such approximations.
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For example, a study of the incidence of particular. An Overview of Economic Models & Uses. economy-wide models that macroeconomists use, such as Keynesian or Classical models, we get to use much smaller models. Economic Development. Uses and gratifications of SNSs. Commonly, when researchers choose to examine the motivations associated with particular forms of media, they do so by employing a uses and gratifications approach.
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Although the climate of support for a well-targeted investment program is more positive on the part of both branches of government than at any time in recent years, agencies still face difficult choices in deciding where best to direct limited investment dollars.
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Jiang and H. Wu), Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control (). Between and Nietzsche published four “Untimely Meditations.” The second of these is the essay often referred to as “The Use and Abuse of History for Life.” () A more accurate translation of the title, though, is “On the Uses and Disadvantages of History for Life.”Author: Emrys Westacott.The focus of the book is on models for development policies in developing economies, but there are some chapters that relate to economic policies in transition and developed economies.
The policy areas covered are of typical interest in developing and transition : Paperback.The ideal economic policy, both for today and tomor-row, is very simple.
Government should protect and de-fend against domestic and foreign aggression the lives and property of the persons under its jurisdiction, settle disputes that arise, and leave the people otherwise free to pursue their various goals and ends in life.
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