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GTAP Resource #5062

"Modeling Distributional Effects of Macroeconomic Shocks: Increasing female participation and formal employment in Turkey"
by Osorio Rodarte, Israel


Abstract
The Global Income Distribution Dynamics is a top-down macro-micro simulation modeling framework used to generate counterfactual income distributions based on changes in economywide macroeconomic conditions. This paper documents latest innovations in the GIDD model. While it remains focused on the microeconomic underpinnings, this paper is intended to be used by macroeconomic modelers interested in adding an extra distributional modeling layer to simulations. Better coverage of harmonized household surveys permitted a more consistent treatment of macroeconomic inputs and allow for increased detail in the microeconomic model. Macro inputs from a recursive dynamic general equilibrium model and GIDD simulations suggest progressive distributional effects from increased female labor participation and human capital accumulation in Turkey. Possible future extensions to the modeling framework are discussed.


Resource Details (Export Citation) GTAP Keywords
Category: 2016 Conference Paper
Status: Published
By/In: Presented at the 19th Annual Conference on Global Economic Analysis, Washington DC, USA
Date: 2016
Version: 1
Created: Osorio Rodarte, I. (4/15/2016)
Updated: Osorio Rodarte, I. (4/15/2016)
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- Economic analysis of poverty
- Asia (South-Central)


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