Applied General Equilibrium Modelling GLOBE, STAGE and R23 Models

© Scott McDonald & Karen Thierfelder

Single Country CGE Modelling: Online Course

Course 2: 12th Nov to 14th Dec 2018; Course 3: 14th Jan to 15th Feb 2019; Course 4: 4th Mar to 12th April 2019

There are four (4) modules in the course:

  1. SMOD_int CGE Model: Theory
  2. STAGE_int CGE Model: Exercises
  3. Interpreting Model (STAGE_int) Results: Exercises
  4. Course Project

The first 2 modules have 11 components which each require c 3 hours of study. The third module has 3 components that require c 18 in total. The project requires c 18 hours. The course is over 5 weeks, with an allowance for 1 week of slippage. Each module requires the participants to submit an assignment; this allows the tutor to monitor progress and understanding.

A prerequisite for the course is completing the ‘Practical CGE Modelling course’, or equivalent (ask the contact  for the course if you want to claim exemption).

The materials are delivered using MOODLE, which provides an asynchronous forum in which participants engage with each other participants and the course instructor.

Questions and requests for advice submitted between 0800 and 1600 UTC will be responded to by the end of the next working (Monday to Friday) day, i.e., by 1600 UTC.

Further information and Registration

Contact: Karen Thierfelder (

Course Fees

Professional - full: £1,000

Student - full: £700

Professional - developing country: £825

Student - developing country: £550

Scholarship - developing country student: £150 (limited numbers)

A 10% reduction in the course fee is offered to applicants who have taken the ‘Practical CGE Modelling course’.


Karen Thierfelder, Scott McDonald and Yontem Sonmez



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