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Global Economic Monitor (GEM)

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The World Bank
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Description

The Global Economic Monitor (GEM) provides daily updates of global economic developments, with coverage of developing as well as high-income economies. Daily data updates are provided for exchange rates, equity markets, interest rates, stripped bond spreads, commodity prices and emerging market.

Economic Modeling

The Global Income Distribution Dynamic (GIDD) model, is a global CGE-microsimulation framework that takes into account the macro nature of growth and integrates a microeconomic (that is, individual and household) dimension. By including 121 countries and covering 90 percent of the world population, the GIDD is the first macro-micro global simulation model.The Development Prospects Group of the World Bank has developed a broad set of tools for forecasting and policy analysis in the areas of macro-economics, trade, finance, income distribution, and country strategies.

  • The LINKAGE model is a global dynamic computable general equilibrium model which supports global trade policy analysis.

  • iSimulate is a platform for performing collaborative economic simulations across the internet. It currently hosts a number of experimental World Bank economic models, including a 150+ country global macroeconomic forecasting model, a model simulating terms-of-trade shocks, and a potential output model.
  • MAMS (Maquette for MDG Simulations) tool is a dynamic Computable General Equilibrium (CGE) model designed for country-level analysis of medium- and long-run development policies, including strategies for reducing poverty and achieving the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).
  • The ENVISAGE model is designed to analyze a variety of issues related to the economics of climate change.
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