Xiao-Guang Zhang

Government of the Commonwealth of Australia - Productivity Commission

Level 28

35 Collins St.

Melbourne, Victoria, Victoria 3000

Australia

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Scholarly Papers (9)

1.

The Armington Model

Productivity Commission Staff Working Paper
Number of pages: 42 Posted: 22 Feb 2006
Peter Lloyd and Xiao-Guang Zhang
University of Melbourne - Department of Economics and Government of the Commonwealth of Australia - Productivity Commission
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Australia, Armington elasticities, Computable general equilibrium (CGE), Elasticities, Heckscher-Ohlin model, Terms of trade, Trade, Trade policy

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Armington Elasticities and Terms of Trade Effects in Global CGE Models

Productivity Commission Staff Working Paper
Number of pages: 52 Posted: 23 Feb 2006
Xiao-Guang Zhang
Government of the Commonwealth of Australia - Productivity Commission
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Australia, Armington, Elasticities, Computable General Equilibrium (CGE) Mode, Terms of trade, Trade

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Global Gains from Liberalising Trade in Telecommunications and Financial Services

Productivity Commission Staff Research Paper No. 1683
Number of pages: 78 Posted: 24 Oct 2001
George Verikios and Xiao-Guang Zhang
Monash University - Centre of Policy Studies and Government of the Commonwealth of Australia - Productivity Commission
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trade in services, telecommunications, finance, financial services, general agreement on trade in services, GATS, trade liberalisation, global.

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Modelling the Effects of the EU Common Agricultural Policy

Productivity Commission Staff Working Paper, 2009
Number of pages: 88 Posted: 27 Apr 2010
Government of the Commonwealth of Australia - Productivity Commission, Government of the Commonwealth of Australia - Productivity Commission, Government of the Commonwealth of Australia - Productivity Commission, affiliation not provided to SSRN and Government of the Commonwealth of Australia - Productivity Commission
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trade policy, economic forecasting

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The Armington General Equilibrium Model: Properties, Implications and Alternatives

Productivity Commission Staff Working Paper
Number of pages: 100 Posted: 10 Jul 2008
Xiao-Guang Zhang
Government of the Commonwealth of Australia - Productivity Commission
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tariffs, economic modelling

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Providing Duty-Free Access to Australian Markets for Least-Developed Countries: A General Equilibrium Analysis

Australian Economic Review, Vol. 40, No. 3, pp. 239-252, September 2007
Number of pages: 14 Posted: 01 Oct 2007
Xiao-Guang Zhang and George Verikios
Government of the Commonwealth of Australia - Productivity Commission and Monash University - Centre of Policy Studies
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The Economic Effects of Removing Barriers to Trade in Telecommunications

Number of pages: 24 Posted: 29 Apr 2004
George Verikios and Xiao-Guang Zhang
Monash University - Centre of Policy Studies and Government of the Commonwealth of Australia - Productivity Commission
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Microeconomic Reform and Income Distribution: The Case of Australian Ports and Rail Freight

Contemporary Economic Policy, Vol. 33, Issue 1, pp. 159-175, 2015
Number of pages: 17 Posted: 08 Nov 2014
George Verikios and Xiao-Guang Zhang
Monash University - Centre of Policy Studies and Government of the Commonwealth of Australia - Productivity Commission
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Long-Run Effects on China of APEC Trade Liberalization

Posted: 20 Sep 2000
Victoria University - Centre of Policy Studies, Victoria University, Monash University - Department of Economics, Government of the Commonwealth of Australia - Productivity Commission and UNSW Australia Business School, School of Economics

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