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May 15, 2020

The Computable General Equilibrium (CGE) model

The CGE component is aimed at complementing the consultations and inputs gathered and analyzed from key stakeholders on the project as discussed in the survey session. It would also provide a quantitative analysis of the AfCFTA in a general equilibrium framework. Extant studies undertaken to assess FTAs are mostly carried out using CGE models. CGE […]

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The CGE component is aimed at complementing the consultations and inputs gathered and analyzed from key stakeholders on the project as discussed in the survey session. It would also provide a quantitative analysis of the AfCFTA in a general equilibrium framework. Extant studies undertaken to assess FTAs are mostly carried out using CGE models. CGE models are computer-based simulations used for the overall assessments of trade agreements at the region, country, and broad sector level.




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