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000196930 245__ $$aCoupling a Computable General Equilibrium Model with a Bottom‐Up model: Lessons from GEMINI‐E3 experiments
000196930 269__ $$a2014
000196930 260__ $$c2014
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000196930 520__ $$aGEMINI-E3 is a multi-country, multi-sector, recursive computable general equilibrium model comparable to the other CGE models (EPPA, ENV-Linkage, etc.) built and implemented by other modeling teams and institutions, and sharing the same long experience in the design of this class of economic models. GEMINI-E3 has been extensively used in various European and national research projects and contracts to derive total costs and benefits of energy and climate policies. In some of these projects, several attempts were conducted to link GEMINI-E3 with Bottom-Up models (TIAM-WORLD, Swiss MARKAL, ETEM-Swiss). Various couplings were performed through harmonization of common exogenous parameters, exchange of variables, integration within GEMINI-E3 of a technological representation based on Bottom-Up model, calibration of CGE equations to inputs coming from the Bottom-Up model. This contribution aims at summarizing the various couplings that have been performed and tries to stress the main teachings of these experiments.
000196930 6531_ $$aComputable general equilibrium model
000196930 6531_ $$aCoupling
000196930 700__ $$0243047$$aVielle, Marc$$g177861
000196930 7112_ $$aETSAP-UCC workshop, Methodologies linking energy systems and economic models$$cCork, Ireland$$dFebruary 4-5, 2014
000196930 909C0 $$0252124$$pLEURE$$xU10252
000196930 909CO $$ooai:infoscience.tind.io:196930$$ppresentation$$pENAC
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000196930 937__ $$aEPFL-TALK-196930
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