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JANDA, Karel et. al. Computable Policy Model of Eastern European Agriculture and Food Industry. Prague Economic Papers, 1996, vol. 5, no. 1, p. 70 -- 79. ISSN 1210-0455

Author(s): prof. Ing. Karel Janda M.A., Dr., Ph.D.,
Type: Articles in refereed journals
Year: 1996
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Grants: Trade Analysis and Policy Development.
Abstract: One of the many ways of helping to improve the situation in the agricultural
trade is an extensive understanding of the effects of domestic and international
policy measures on the export and import flows of goods and on the individual,
group, and social welfare.
In the situation of a shortage of the big structural models dealing explicitly
with these problems in the Central and Eastern European countries, there was
undertaken an attempt to create a customized model explicitly created to serve
the needs of the policy analysis in the transition economies.
During the academic year 1994/95 the group of economists at University of
California at Berkeley (Rachael Goodhue, Karel Janda, Robert Lyons, Gordon
Rausser, and Leo Simon) created a computable policy model of Easter European
Agriculture, which became known under the name TAPD (Trade Analysis and
Policy Design).
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