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GTAP Resource #6516

"A CGE model to assess the effects of the AfCFTA in the economy of the least developed countries of Africa: the case of Chad"
by Nassour, Abdelhamid and Samuel Maxime Coly


Abstract
The purpose of the study focused on the analysis of the effects of the implementation of the Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) on the Chadian economy. Indeed, Chad, classified among the least developed countries, benefits from a reduction in the implementation of liberalization according to the liberalization schedule. A recursive dynamic computable general equilibrium model adapted from the PEP-t model of Décaluwé et al (2013) was used to model the Chadian economy. The accounting basis of the model is the SAM of Chad developed by Décaluwé in 2008. This SAM which has 5 economic agents, 19 branches and 19 products has been adapted to our model with a breakdown of capital into public capital and private capital then a breakdown of work in formal work and informal work.


Resource Details (Export Citation) GTAP Keywords
Category: 2022 Conference Paper
Status: Not published
By/In: Presented during the 25th Annual Conference on Global Economic Analysis (Virtual Conference)
Date: 2022
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Created: Nassour, A. (4/12/2022)
Updated: Nassour, A. (4/12/2022)
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- Dynamic modeling
- Resources and circular economy
- GTAP Data Base and extensions
- Domestic policy analysis
- Economic analysis of poverty
- Trade and gender
- Africa (Central)


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