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MIRAGE is a multi-sector, multi-country Computable General Equilibrium model initially devoted to trade policy analysis and more recently applied to long term growth and environmental issues. It has been developed since 2001 by the CEPII. In 2007 the CEPII decided to create a consortium of institutions aiming at "fostering technical discussions around MIRAGE, extending its dissemination and maintaining its consistency and transparency": the MIRAGE consortium.

Consortium’s membership includes CEPII and parties linked to it through 3-year bilateral conventions: IFPRI, ITC, UNECA, DG Enterprise and DG Trade at the European Commission... A Scientific Advisory Board (MIRAGE SAB) validates the new developments of the model.

On behalf of MIRAGE consortium, MIRAGE wiki is designed to provide up-to-date information on the model concerning its structure and its programmation features and aims to be a gateway for the dissemination of its policy applications. All members of MIRAGE Consortium are invited to contribute to this website.

For any information on the MIRAGE model or the MIRAGE Consortium, please contact MIRAGE information.

As a member of the Consortium, you can request a user account from the Webmaster. Consult the User's Guide for information on using the wiki software.

If some useful information was missing or you encounter some bug, please contact the Webmaster by e-mail. The content of MIRAGE wiki will be enhanced accordingly.

 ! New developments in MIRAGE !

Discussion around Mirage V2  : MirageV2:Main_Page (access restricted to logged in users).

Discussion around Mirage Standard  : MirageStandard:Main_Page (access restricted to logged in users).


MIRAGE's background

MIRAGE Technical manual

  1. Structure overview
  2. The demand side
  3. The supply side
  4. Capital and investment dynamics
  5. Labour market
  6. Agriculture market specific features
  7. Transport sector
  8. Macroeconomic closure
  9. Dynamics and baseline
  10. Imperfect competition


MIRAGE Users' Handbook

  1. Technical requirements
  2. What is MIRAGE made of ?
  3. Using GTAP aggregation with MIRAGE
  4. Running a simulation with GAMS
  5. Managing results
  6. Using a GSE Interface


Featured publications

Antoine Bouët, David Laborde, 2010. Why is the Doha Development Agenda Failing? And What Can Be Done? A Computable General Equilibrium–Game Theoretical Approach, The World Economy, Blackwell Publishing, vol. 33(11), pages 1486-1516, November. [1]

Antoine Bouët, David Laborde, 2010. Assessing the potential cost of a failed Doha Round World Trade Review, Cambridge University Press, vol. 9(02), pages 319-351, April.[2]

Antoine Bouet, Simon Mevel, David Orden (2007), More or Less Ambition in the Doha Round: Winners and Losers from Trade Liberalisation with a Development Perspective, The World Economy 30, 1253-1280 [3]

Antoine Bouët, Jean-Christophe Bureau, Yvan Decreux, Sébastien Jean (2005), Multilateral Agricultural Trade Liberalisation: The Contrasting Fortunes of Developing Countries in the Doha Round, The World Economy 28(9), 1329--1354 [4]

A Mendeley Group gathers the list of MIRAGE related publications.

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