The CGE New Zealand (CGENZ) network is a voluntary group that aims to bring the New Zealand CGE community closer together.
Key purposes of CGENZ
- Strengthen links amongst government, universities, consultancies and other stakeholders around CGE, in New Zealand and overseas
- Share knowledge and help solve CGE modelling challenges
- Create a platform for CGE modellers and non-CGE modellers to network
- Organise workshops, training and talks focused on CGE based economic analysis
The committee members
Tantri Tantirigama (Chair)
Ministry of Transport email@example.com
Anita King, The Treasury
Erwin Corong, NZIER
Joanne Leung, Ministry of Transport
Killian Destremau, NZIER
Mondher Sahli, Victoria University of Wellington
Nathaniel Robson, Martin Jenkins
Peter Bailey, Ministry of Foreign Affairs & Trade
To become a member or to present your research, please contact:
Tantri Tantirigama: firstname.lastname@example.org
Killian Destremau: email@example.com
What is CGE?
CGE offers a flexible and robust framework to quantify and explain how the economy evolves in response to those changes. Today, it has become an analytical tool widely used to inform on a large number economic issues.
CGE stands for computable general equilibrium. It is one of the most rigorous quantitative analytical tools for evaluating economy-wide impacts of economic policy reforms.
It is a class of economic models, largely built on neoclassical assumptions, hence the name general equilibrium.
How would the New Zealand economy respond to a fiscal stimulus?
What would be the impact on the economy if exports from the primary sector are doubled (MPI goals)?
- CGE Test post 2 October 8, 2015