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Peter Dixon

Working paper

Comparing the impacts of financial regulation in Australia and the United States via simulation with country-specific financial CGE models

Abstract Beginning with [Johansen (1960)], computable general equilibrium (CGE) models have been widely applied to study the impact of a variety of economic policy issues. These include changes in macroeconomic or regional economic policies such as tariff reductions, changes in labour force demographics and skill...
Report

Comments on the Productivity Commission's modelling of the economy-wide effects of future automotive assistance

The Commission’s conclusions concerning the welfare effects of reductions in automotive assistance are based on a faulty interpretation of their modelling results, according to this paper. Proposed reductions in automotive tariffs from their present low levels would be likely to generate a small economy-wide loss...
Journal article

Prospects for Australian industries and states in the 1990s

This paper describes forecasts generated by the MONASH model of the Australian economy.
Journal article

Prospects for Australian industries and states in the 1990s

This paper describes forecasts generated by the MONASH model of the Australian economy.