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Record number 441024
Title Description of a coupled macroeconomic, multi-sector analysis at global scale with first simulation results
Author(s) Lotze-Campen, H.; Verburg, P.; Popp, A.; Tabeau, A.A.; Helming, J.F.M.; Lavalle, C.
Source VOLANTE (VOLANTE project deliverable D7.1) - 21 p.
Department(s) LEI INT BELEID - Landbouwbeleid
Publication type Research report
Publication year 2013
Abstract Deliverable D.7.1 Description of a coupled macroeconomic, multi-sector analysis at global scale with first simulation results and D.7.2 Description of the linked modelling system of sector models and multi-sector assessments are now available. These deliverables should be seen and read in together. D.7.1 describes results for 4 marker scenarios from the global models in the topdown analysis in WP7, which provide the boundary conditions for in-depth analysis at the level of EU-27, individual member countries as well as sub-national levels while D7.2 presents selected results from the linked modelling system. The 4 marker scenarios will also provide a starting point for a larger number of policy scenarios to be analyzed in the next steps of the VOLANTE project. The VOLANTE top-down modelling framework has been developed to serve the stakeholder discussions and roadmapping in module Visions by adequate information that can fuel discussions and provide quantitative assessments to support the final roadmapping exercise. Selected scenario results have already been used in 4 visions workshops which have been conducted by Module Visions in June and September 2012.
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