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GTAP Resource #7061

"Chapter 8K: Chad"
by Ali, Youssouf Ibn


Abstract
When analyzing the impact of developing policies in developing countries, the availability of data is a major obstacle for modelers and other researchers. Long series of economic aggregates are not always available and even if they are available, their quality and reliability is controversial. Computable general equilibrium modeling is a major force in overcoming the absence of long and reliable series. In this case, data from a year of good quality can be used to conduct policy analyzes and perform shock simulations on the different sectors of the economy. The Center for Global Trade Analysis (CGTA) through the Global Trade Analysis Project (GTAP) has been
carrying out country and regional analyzes for several years on the basis of data provided by the countries. These national accounting data, which can be either Supply-Use Tables (SUT), or Social Accounting Matrices (SAM) or Input-Output Tables (IOT), are processed according to a given format and inserted into the GTAP database. To this end, it is essential that data from Chad be produced so that analyzes of economic policy in general can be carried out and the impact of the Continental Free Trade Area in particular. In this document, the sources of the data will be briefly
described.


Resource Details (Export Citation) GTAP Keywords
Category: GTAP 11 Data Base Documentation
Status: Published
By/In: Center for Global Trade Analysis
Date: 2023
Version:
Created: McIntire, H. (11/13/2023)
Updated: McIntire, H. (11/13/2023)
Visits: 127
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