000043668 001__ 43668
000043668 005__ 20180122205853.0
000043668 037__ $$a1557-2016-133134
000043668 041__ $$aen
000043668 245__ $$aThe use of computable general equilibrium models to assess water policies
000043668 260__ $$c1990-07
000043668 269__ $$a1990-07
000043668 270__ $$mberck@are.berkeley.edu$$pBerck,   Peter
000043668 270__ $$mgoldman@are.berkeley.edu$$pGoldman,   George E.
000043668 300__ $$a28
000043668 336__ $$aWorking or Discussion Paper
000043668 490__ $$aCUDARE Working Paper
000043668 490__ $$a545
000043668 520__ $$aThis paper discusses basic issues in project analysis and shows how these issues can be resolved in a computable general equilibrium (CGE) framework. The role of border prices and intersectoral linkages is explored. The CGE framework is compared to less comprehensive frameworks, including benefit-cost analysis, input-output models, multi-market models, and models based on social accounting matrices (SAMs). An illustrative CGE model of the southern portion of the San Joaquin Valley is constructed and is used to find the effects of reducing water inputs on aggregate Valley gross domestic product (GDP) and on sectoral output, employment, and land use. The model is also used to determine demand curves for water by the southern portion of the Valley, given alternative specifications of production technology.
000043668 542__ $$fLicense granted by Jeffrey Cole (cole@are.berkeley.edu) on 2008-09-29T23:12:26Z (GMT):

<center>  <h2> Deposit Agreement </h2> </center>
I represent that I am the creator of the digital material identified herein (&ldquo;Work&rdquo;).
I represent that the work is original and that I either own all rights of copyright 
or have the right to deposit the copy in a digital archive such as AgEcon Search. 
I represent that in regard to any non-original material included in the Work I have
secured written permission of the copyright owner (s) for this use or believe this 
use is allowed by law. I further represent that I have included all appropriate 
credits and attributions. I hereby grant the Regents of the University of Minnesota
(&ldquo;University&rdquo;), through AgEcon Search, a non-exclusive right to access, reproduce, 
and distribute the Work, in whole or in part, for the purposes of security, preservation,
and perpetual access. I grant the University a limited, non-exclusive right to make
derivative works for the purpose of migrating the Work to other media or formats in
order to preserve access to the Work. I do not transfer or intend to transfer any 
right of copyright or other intellectual property to the University. If the Deposit 
Agreement is executed by the Author�s Representative, the Representative shall separately
execute the following representation: I represent that I am authorized by the Author
to execute this Deposit Agreement on behalf of the Author.

000043668 6531_ $$abenefit-cost analysis
000043668 6531_ $$acge models
000043668 6531_ $$aemployment
000043668 6531_ $$ainput-output analysis
000043668 6531_ $$aland utilization
000043668 6531_ $$asam
000043668 6531_ $$awater supply
000043668 700__ $$aBerck, Peter
000043668 700__ $$aRobinson, Sherman
000043668 700__ $$aGoldman, George E.
000043668 8564_ $$s1589724$$uhttps://ageconsearch.umn.edu/record/43668/files/CUDARE%20545%20Berck.pdf
000043668 887__ $$ahttp://purl.umn.edu/43668
000043668 909CO $$ooai:ageconsearch.umn.edu:43668$$pGLOBAL_SET
000043668 912__ $$nSubmitted by Jeffrey Cole (cole@are.berkeley.edu) on 2008-09-29T23:20:10Z
No. of bitstreams: 1
CUDARE 545 Berck.pdf: 1589724 bytes, checksum: 35e2ecded86ff5c27df13e69419d7384 (MD5)
000043668 912__ $$nMade available in DSpace on 2008-09-29T23:20:11Z (GMT). No. of bitstreams: 1
CUDARE 545 Berck.pdf: 1589724 bytes, checksum: 35e2ecded86ff5c27df13e69419d7384 (MD5)
  Previous issue date: 1990-07
000043668 982__ $$gUniversity of California, Berkeley>Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics>CUDARE Working Papers
000043668 980__ $$a1557