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A linkable general equilibrium model for Bangladesh with special emphasis on the agricultural sector



A linkable general equilibrium model for Bangladesh with special emphasis on the agricultural sector



A linkable general equilibrium model for Bangladesh with special emphasis on the agricultural sector: 21



Developed by the Bangladesh Food Policy and Monitoring Unit of the Planning Commission and the Centre for World Food Studies (Amsterdam), this model is one of a family of computable national general equilibrium models which are linkable and which focus on the agricultural sector.

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