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FKP Seminar: From ThreeME to TigaSaya: the adaptation of a multisectoral macroeconomic CGE model to the Indonesian economic context

CEDS is hosting November'14 Forum Kajian Pembangunan (FKP). FKP is a consortium consisting of various institutions in Indonesia. In collaboration with the Indonesia Project, The Australian National University, It holds a series of research based policy forums discussing research outcomes related to topical policy issues in Indonesia. Institutions in the consortium take turns on a monthly basis to host the forums.

Speaker: Paul Malliet (OFCE, Paris)

CGE models have been widely used for the assessment of economic impact of energy and climate policies. Nevertheless, the neoclassical features leads to deal with long-term issues without taking into account the short-term and mid-terms effects that such policies could have on the economic activity. The ThreeME model has been developed in France to address those questions and especially on the sectoral effects of an Energy transition toward a low-carbon economy. The goal of the ongoing project conducted with the French Development Agency and the BAPPENAS is to develop such a tool in the Indonesian context.

About Presenter:
Paul Malliet was graduated from Toulouse School Economics and is focusing as economist on energy and environmental issues from a macroeconomic perspective. He is currently involved in the development of the ThreeME model, he mainly conducts his research on the economic impacts of an energy transition.

Place: Rumah Cikini, Jalan Cikini Raya No. 20, Jakarta



 

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