This category includes (1) cost-benefit analysis
to compare the cost and monetized benefits of policies
(2) macro-economic impact i.e. general equilibrium models
that estimate the indirect, macro-economic consequences
of policies for EU countries and economic sectors.
analyses quantify and compare the economic advantages (benefits) and
disadvantages (costs) associated with a particular emission-control
project or policy so as to inform decision-makers about the socially
equilibrium models provide useful macroeconomic forecasts and supporting
the assessment of international policy measures designed to protect
- CAFE-CBA (air quality) used
to assess the benefits of the Thematic Strategy for
- GEM-E3 was used to assess
the impact of post-Kyoto climate policies of the EU.