Computing General Equilibrium Theories of
Monopolistic Competition and Heterogeneous Firms

Edward J. Balistreri and Thomas F. Rutherford

April 2011

This page compiles GAMS code related to our draft chapter, 'Computing General Equilibrium Theories of Monopolistic Competition and Heterogeneous Firms,' which is scheduled to appear in the Handbook of Computable General Equilibrium Modeling, ed. Peter B. Dixon and Dale W. Jorgenson. Publication by Elsevier is scheduled for October 2012.

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Draft Chapter (October 2011)

ch_r4.pdf
Partial equilibrium maquettes.
A_1.gms (Armington)
A_2.gms (Krugman)
A_3.gms (Melitz)

General equilibrium maquette:
Illustrative model that allows for Armington, Krugman, or Melitz
trade depending on the user defined subsets j(i),k(i),or h(i).
B_1.gms

GTAP based empirical model:
Model used in our analysis of economic integration and subglobal climate policy.

empirical.zip


More on computing heterogeneous-firms trade models can be found on our decomposition notes page.