This paper describes how existing technology catalogs are used in GreenREFORM.
This note presents a modelling strategy for endogenizing input-displacing technologies in a constant elasticity of substitution (CES) production function framework
This memo describes how information on input-substituting technologies are directly integrated into production functions of nested CES-function in GreenREFORM.
This paper describes a tentative static version of the waste sector module to the Green Reform model
The dual purpose of the GreenREFORM model is to model the effect of economic policies on emissions and the effects of emissions regulation on the economy. To do this, GreenREFORM requires a module tha ...
The Danish agricultural sector emits over 20% of Danish greenhouse gases. It is therefore important that the GreenREFORM model describes agricultural production well. Modelling agriculture as an integ ...
This note provides an introduction to and overview of the transportation sector in the GreenREFORM model and highlights important observations for the design of the model.
This paper describes how a catalogue of »end-of-pipe« abatement technologies can be incorporated into a computable general equilibrium model (CGE-model).
This paper provides documentation of the modelling of the energy sector in the GreenREFORM model of the Danish economy at its current state of development.
There are a number of energy markets in GreenREFORM. Energy goods present a challenge to the standard method of building CGE-models for two main reasons.