GTAP Events: 10th Annual Conference on Global Economic Analysis
10th Annual Conference on Global Economic Analysis
"Assessing the Foundations of Global Economic Analysis"
West Lafayette, IN, USA
|Date:||June 7-9, 2007|
|Location:||Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, USA|
|Organized by:||Center for Global Trade Analysis, Purdue University|
2007 Conference Papers ISSN 2160-2115 (online)
Organized Session List
For the Tenth Anniversary Conference, the organizers took the opportunity to revisit the foundations of global economic analysis, reflecting on the past successes of the GTAP Network and deliberating on future issues related to global economic analysis. The Center joined together with the Journal
of Economic Integration to publish a special edition of the journal for the conference. The top papers submitted to the conference, as selected by the reviewers and the program committee, were invited to publish in this special edition of the journal, along with a commissioned paper by Alan A. Powell, tracing the history of GTAP. The aim was to publish the best papers under the four key sub-themes: Future directions, International Trade, International Development, and the Environment.
The Center would like to recognize the efforts of Terrie Walmsley, Thomas Hertel and Jong Eun Lee for their work in coordinating this special edition of the journal.
Journal of Economic Integration
Special Issue - Vol. 23, No. 3, September 2008
ISSN 1225-651X (print)
ISSN 1976-5525 (online)
Why How and When did GTAP Happen? What has it Achieved? Where is it Heading?
by Powell, Alan
Global Economic Integration and Land Use Change
by Golub, Alla and Thomas W. Hertel
RTAs and WTO compatibility: Catch me if you can" The case of EPA negotiations
by Cernat, Lucian, Bonapas Onguglo and Taisuke Ito
Trade Facilitation and the EU-ACP Economic Partnership Agreements
by Persson, Maria
China's Real Exchange Rate Puzzle
by Tyers, Rod and Jane Golley
Armington Meets Melitz: Introducing Firm Heterogeneity in Global CGE Model of Trade
by Zhai, Fan
Trade Policy in Australia and the Development of Computable General Equilibrium Modeling
by Dixon, Peter
The Impact of Trade Liberalization on Water Use: A Computable General Equilibrium Analysis
by Berrittella, Maria, Katrin Rehdanz, Richard S. J. Tol and Jian Zhang
Textile and Apparel Barriers and Rules of Origin: What's Left to Gain after the Agreement on Textiles and Clothing?
by Fox, Alan, William Powers and Ashley Winston
Methods to Aggregate Import Tariffs and their Impacts on Modeling Results
by Pelikan, Janine and Martina Brockmeier
Economic Evaluation of Public Policies Aiming the Reduction of Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Brazil
by Ferreira-Filho, Joaquim Bento and Marcelo Theoto Rocha
Do Remittances Have a Flip Side? A General Equilibrium Analysis of Remittances, Labor Supply Responses and Policy Options for Jamaica
by Bussolo, Maurizio and Denis Medvedev