Frontiers of Economics and Globalization
 
Series Editors: Hamid Beladi (University of Texas - San Antonio) and Kwan Choi (Iowa State University)
 
Volume 7 (2010)
 
New Developments in Computable General Equilibrium Analysis of Trade Policy
 
Editor: John Gilbert (Utah State University)
 

 

Featuring contributions from many of the world's leading authorities on computable general equilibrium analysis, Volume 7 in the Frontiers of Economics and Globalization series will present new developments in the methodology and practice of CGE techniques as they apply to modern issues in international trade policy. The volume will be of interest to academic researchers and teachers in the areas of trade policy analysis and applied general equilibrium, advanced graduate students in international economics, applied researchers in multilateral organizations, and policymakers who need to work with and interpret the results of CGE analysis.

For information on other volumes in the Frontiers of Economics and Globalization series, please see the website at Emerald.

  
Contributors:
 

Alla Golub (Purdue University)
Anna Strutt (University of Waikato)
Arthur Caplan (Utah State University)
David Finnoff (University of Wyoming)
David Roland-Holst (University of California - Berkeley)
Drusilla Brown (Tufts University)
Fan Zhai (China Investment Corporation)
Farzad Taheripour (Purdue University)
Fernando Parro (University of Chicago)
John Gilbert (Utah State University)
Joseph Francois (Johannes Kepler University)
Kozo Kiyota (Yokohama National University)
Lorenzo Caliendo (University of Chicago)
Maureen Rimmer (Monash University)
Ndiame Diop (World Bank)
Peter Dixon (Monash University)
Phillippa Dee (Australian National University)
Reza Oladi (Utah State University)
Robert Scollay (University of Auckland)
Robert Stern (University of Michigan)
Shikha Jha (Asian Development Bank)
Songsak Sriboonchitta (Chiang Mai University)
Susan Stone (OECD)
Thomas Heckelei (University of Bonn)
Thomas Hertel (Purdue University)
Torbjorn Jansson (University of Uppsala)
Wallace Tyner (Purdue University)
Will Martin (World Bank)

 
Topics:
 

Estimation/Calibration of Explicit Optimisation Models
Firm Heterogeniety in CGE Models
Trade in Services
US/Japan Trade Policy Options
China's Role in Regional Trading Arrangements
Trade in Biofuels
Measuring the Economic Benefits of Immigration Reform
Bioeconomics with Trade: The Case of the Great Salt Lake, Utah
Agro-food trade with Reference to Asian Emergence
Income Distribution and Trade Reform in South Asia
Trade Reform and Poverty in the GMS Subregion
Ex-ante Assessment of Welfare Impacts