Fiscal policy in the management of hydraulic resources: A computable general equilibrium model

  • Miguel Ángel Gutiérrez Andrade Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana
  • Francisco Venegas Martínez Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey
  • Héctor Manuel Bravo Pérez Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas, A.C.
Keywords: fiscal policy, computable general equilibrium model, water, welfare
JEL Classification: H3, D58, I3, Q25

Abstract

We examine the impact of fiscal policy in the management of water resources by using a computable general equilibrium model. Several comparative static exercises are carried out to assess the effects of a particular fiscal policy economic welfare. Finally, we state a set of fiscal policy recommendations for the efficient management of water in the production process for the Mexican case.

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Published
01-07-2005
How to Cite
Gutiérrez AndradeM., Venegas MartínezF., & Bravo PérezH. (2005). Fiscal policy in the management of hydraulic resources: A computable general equilibrium model. Estudios Económicos, 20(2), 219-261. https://doi.org/10.24201/ee.v20i2.162
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