Population - AIM-CGE
|Model Documentation - AIM-CGE|
|Institution||National Institute for Environmental Studies (NIES)|
|Concept|| General Equilibrium
with technology explicit modules in power sectors
|Solution method||Solving a mixed complementarity problem|
Future demographic change is one of the key drivers to change the demand for goods in the future, including energy and food. The production side is also affected by demographic changes through labor participation. Population and labor forces are exogenous parameters in AIM/CGE. Currently, the Shared Socioeconomic Pathways (SSPs) population data made available by the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA) is used as the reference demographic assumption which is originally represented at the country level SSP database. Usual model exercise, AIM/CGE uses SSP2 scenario.