Transport - GRACE
GRACE distinguish domestic and international transport.
Domestic transport in a region is divided into air, sea, and other transport activities, modeled as nested CES functions of energy use and other inputs.
Importing countries pay a price premium to the international transport sector. This price premium is determined by a fixed transport factor derived from the base year data. The supply of international transport services is depicted by a Cobb-Douglas aggregate of the service good from the individual regions. The Armington aggregate is then distributed between private, public, investment, and intermediate consumption.
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|Institution||Center for International Climate Research (CICERO), Norway, https://cicero.oslo.no/en.|
|Solution concept||General equilibrium (closed economy)|
|Solution method||SimulationRecursive dynamic solution method|