Applied General Equilibrium Modelling GLOBE, STAGE and R23 Models

© Scott McDonald & Karen Thierfelder

Emanuele Ferrari

Emanueleis a researchers at the European Comission's Joint Research Centre.

His research interests include agricultural and development economics, international trade, efficiency analysis and climate change.



Emerta Ariage

Emerta is a graduate of Addis Ababa (BA, Msc) and Oxford Brookes (PhD).

Emerta works for the FAO in Rome.

His research interests include development economics, agriculture and income distribution.


Hasan Dudu

Hasan has a Ph.D. from the Middle East Technical University's Department of Economics, where he was a research assistant 2004-2013.

Hasan is a researchers at the European Comission's Joint Research Centre.

His research interests include agricultural and development economics, international trade, efficiency analysis and climate change.

Karen Thierfelder

Karen is Professor of Economics at the US Naval Academy. She is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison (PhD and MSc) and College of William and Mary.

Karen worked as an intern for the Economic Research Service of the US Department of Agriculture before moving to the US Naval Academy.

Her research interests include CGE modelling; international trade and development; climate change; labour markets.


Scott McDonald

Scott is a Visiting Professor at Hohenheim University.  He is a graduate of Newcastle (BSc) and Nottingham (PhD) and The East of Scotland College of Agriculture (HND).

Scott taught at the universities of Loughborough , Sheffield & Oxford Brookes before (semi) retiring 2014.

His research interests include CGE modelling; Environment Trade and Development; Development & Agricultural Policy Analysis; Economic Growth & Development.

Yontem Sonmez

Yontem is a graduate of Cyprus International (BA), Manchester (Msc) and Sheffield (PhD).

She teaches economics at Manchester Metropolitan University and is an instructor on CGEMOD’s online course.

Her research interests include economic integration and labour migration.