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How to learn Macroeconomic CGE Modeling?

What is CGE Modeling? Computable General Equilibrium (CGE) modeling is a type of economic modeling used to study the impacts of economic policies and shocks on the economy as a whole. The goal of CGE modeling is to provide a comprehensive and consistent representation of the interactions among different sectors and agents within an economy. …

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CBDC Projects in Full Swing Globally

A blog post by Ryan Jacildo Central bank digital currencies, or CBDCs, are currently one of the topics de jour within circles of monetary authorities and financial market regulators. CBDCs are essentially digital banknotes that can be used by individuals to pay businesses, shops, or each other (i.e., retail CBDC), or between financial institutions to …

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Neobanks: Are they fulfilling the promise?

A blog post by Ryan Jacildo Neo banks, digital banks, and virtual banks are terms that have been interchangeably used to refer to banks that only operate in virtual space without physical branches. The origins of neo-banks are rather unclear at this point, albeit many accounts indicate that they started after the global financial crisis …

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M&S Research hub announces for the “Economic Posting Contest”

M&S Research hub announces for the “Economic Posting Contest” Authors of the 2 winning posts will receive 100 USD and 50 USD respectively, besides public exposure of their blog/profiles and publicizing their work over wide academic and social networks. We invite students, researchers, public officials, junior and senior academicians to submit their work to John …

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The Rise of Behavioral Econometrics..

The lessons from behavioral economics have ameliorated social wellbeing and economic success in recent years. Academics and policymakers now recognize that integrating how individuals behave and make decisions in real-life dramatically improves the effectiveness of public policies and the validity of simple theoretical models. Thus, this area of research has enhanced our understanding of the …

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How to Design a Novel Replicative Study?

“A replication study attempts to validate the findings of a published piece of research. By doing so, that prior research is confirmed as being both accurate and broadly applicable” A replication process generally consists of two parts. The first part is concerned with reproducing key findings from the original study. If this step was successful, …

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YEAR 2019

In our first YEAR “2019”, we had **Over 120,000 visits to our institute website **Over 50 completed interactive econometrics private and group training **Around 70 researchers, 10 of them successfully completed their Ph.D. degrees, have booked our methodological and statistical guidance services ** 1 annual conference, and around 5 onsite and online workshops ** 5 …

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