The project´s aim is to establish and maintain a user-friendly modelling toolbox for the analysis of macroeconomic effects from labour market policy. Thus, besides our concern with consistent macroeconomic simulation of policy impacts based on a microeconomic foundation, flexibility and user-friendliness acted as additional objectives in the development process. Flexibility is afforded in order to allow for the application to a broad range of ever changing research questions. User-friendliness in this context posits the requirement of a widely self-explanatory interface structure and the immediate grasp of key results in the comparison of alternative policy scenarios.
Discussion and Working Papers
Böhringer, Christoph, Stefan Boeters and Michael Feil (2002), Taxation and Unemployment: An Applied General Equilibrium Approach for Germany, ZEW Discussion Paper No. 02-39, Mannheim. Download
01.12.1999 - 01.04.2001
Environmental and Resource Economics, Environmental Management · Labour Markets and Human Resources