Who is Using it?
The MyGTAP programs have been used by Terrie Walmsley, Angel Aguiar, Caitlyn Carrico, and Zekarias Hussein at the Center for Global Trade Analysis, Purdue University in their research, and as part of a project for the U.S. International Trade Commission. The MyGTAP tools have also be utilized by LEI at Wageningen University in their Magnet Model, and the Agricultural and Food Policy Group at the University of Hohenheim, Germany.
“Trade Liberalization and Income Inequality: The Case for Pakistan”, Journal of Asian Economics, 74, June 2021, by Muhammad Aamir Khan, Terrie L. Walmsley and Kakali Mukhopadhyay
“No more gas from Egypt? Modeling offshore discoveries and import uncertainty of natural gas in Israel”, Applied Energy, Dec 2014, 136, 312-324, by Siddig, Khalid and Harald Grethe
The following papers were supported by a BNPP\World Bank grant and employ the MyGTAP model. The findings, interpretations, and conclusions expressed in these papers are those of the authors, and do not necessarily reflect the view of the World Bank Group, its Board of Directors, or the governments they represent. Clicking on a link to a paper may direct you to an external web page.
“A household Level Analysis of African Trade Liberalization: The Case of Mozambique”, by Minor, Peter and Brian Mureverwi
“Impacts of Removing Refined Oil Import Subsidies in Nigeria on Poverty”, by Siddig, Khalid, Angel Aquiar, Harald Grethe, Peter Minor and Terrie Walmsley
“Evaluating Policy Options for Strengthening the Resilience of the Zimbabwean Economy to Higher Food and Fuel Prices”, by Mahofa, Godfrey and Anna Strutt
“External Shocks and Adjustment Policy in Kenya”, by Onyango, Christopher Hugh