Experiments with a Hybrid CGE-MARKAL Model

Sch�fer, Andreas; Jacoby, Henry D.
October 2006
Energy Journal;Hybrid Modeling of Energy-Environme, Vol. 27, p171
Academic Journal
This paper summarizes the main features of a linked CGE-MARKAL model system capable of simulating the macro-level economy and micro-level technology detail of the transport sector. Emphasis is given to issues of calibration of such a hybrid system, with references provided to already published papers based on this research for coverage of other details.


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