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GTAP Resource #411

"RunGTAP - Demo Version"
by Horridge, Mark

RunGTAP allows the user to run simulations interactively in a Windows environment using the GTAP general equilibrium model. No previous knowledge of the GEMPack language or programming skills is necessary to use the program. Results and complementary information for the analysis are also provided in a Windows environment and can be accessed interactively.

Features of RunGTAP Demo version:

  1. Version Archives for storing a snapshot of your work or exchanging
    experiments with other RunGTAP users.

  2. User can edit shocks and closure directly, or paste into them.

  3. Choose any solution method.

  4. Choose from a range of parameter files for use in simulations.

  5. Edit the parameter file and save it with a new name for future use.

  6. Save and reload closures and experiments as well as shocks.

  7. Option to save all solution outputs in a ZIP file.

  8. Simple procedures to replicate a WinGEM simulation using RunGTAP.

  9. Access to Valerie Powers -- taxation consultant!

Version 3.1 is suitable for Windows 98, NT, Me, and 2000. Windows 3.1 is no longer supported.

Resource Details (Export Citation) GTAP Keywords
Category: Utilities
Status: Not published
By/In: Center for Policy Studies, Monash University
Date: 2001
Version: 3.1
Created: Bacou, M. (10/27/2000)
Updated: Bacou, M. (11/9/2004)
Visits: 8,198
- Software and modeling tools

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Public Access
  File format Demo RunGTAP   (10.2 MB)   Replicated: 0 time(s)

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Special Instructions
Just save this file to your computer and unzip it into an empty directory using WinZip or pkZip.

This download comes with the 3x3 aggregation used in the GTAP Book, the GTAP Book Chapters aggregations, and the GTAP Short Courses aggregations.

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