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Microanalytic simulation models to support social and financial policy

Microanalytic simulation models to support social and financial policy

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Published by North-Holland, Sole distributors for the U.S.A. and Canada, Elsevier Science Pub. Co. in Amsterdam, New York, New York, N.Y., U.S.A .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Economic policy -- Evaluation -- Mathematical models.,
  • Social policy -- Evaluation -- Mathematical models.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Guy Orcutt, Joachim Merz, Hermann Quinke.
    SeriesInformation research and resource reports ;, v. 7
    ContributionsOrcutt, Guy., Merz, Joachim., Quinke, Hermann.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD87 .M52 1986
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvii, 553 p. ;
    Number of Pages553
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2543499M
    ISBN 100444878769
    LC Control Number85025231

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    The model treats the microanalytic behavior of individuals and institutions comprising the health care system, and is structured in terms of five submodels pertaining to consumers, hospital and. International Microsimulation Association. Advancing the generation of knowledge and dissemination of research within the field of microanalytic simulation.

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Genre/Form: Kongress: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Microanalytic simulation models to support social and financial policy. Amsterdam ; New York: North. A running model is a simulation and a model run provides a specific solution of the model.

To simulate is both to develop a process model which can be operated and to actually run the model. Simulation of Microanalytic Systems | SpringerLink.

The Microsimulation Model of the Sfb3 for the Analysis of Economic and Social Policy, in G. Orcutt, J. Merz and H. Quinke (eds.): Microanalytic Simulation Models to Support Social and Financial : Klaus G.

Troitzsch. 'Microanalytic Simulation Models to Support Social and Financial Policy' by Orcutt, Merz, and Quinke This volume depicts and discusses developments and applications in the US. CHAPTER 2 MICROANALYTIC SIMULATION MODELS I. INTRODUCTION Microanalytic simulation models have played a major role in retirement income policy analysis, especially analysis of the levels and distribution of income.

(Microanalytic simulation models are often referred to as microsimulation models. This practice is followed hereafter in this report.). volume 'Micro analytic Simulation Models to Support Social and Financial Policy' [Orcutt, Merz, and Quin ke ()] depicts and discusses more cur rent developments in the US and : Joachim Merz.

Habib, J.,"Microanalytic simulation models for the evaluation of integrated changes in the taxes and transfers: Their role in tax and transfer reform in Israel", in: G.H. Orcutt, J. Merz and H. Quinke, eds., Microanalytic simulation models to support social and financial policy.

Micro-simulation is an approach to analyze the impact of economic and social policy on the distribution of target variables, not just on the means. It easily includes the true policy instruments.

Orcutt, G., J. Merz and H. Quinke, eds.,Microanalytic simulation models to support social and financial policy. The symposium giving rise to this volume was held Junein Bonn. It was sponsored by Gesselschaft Fur Mathematik und Datenverarbeitung of Schloss Birlinghoven and Sonderforschungsvereich 3 'Mikroanalytische Grundlagen Der Gesellschaftspolitik' of Universiten Cited by: 8.

Microsimulation models in the social sciences were pioneered in the s by Guy Orcutt and his colleagues as a new approach to analysing the impact of social and economic policies which took account of the characteristics and behaviour of the micro-level units under investigation (Orcutt, ; Orcutt et al., ).

Evaluation is a critical step in the analysis of social policies which, itself, can influence public thinking (Unrau, ; Manski and Garfinkel, ). Policy-relevant spatial modelling is an Cited by: Habib, Jack, Microanalytic Simulation Models for the Evaluation of Integrated Changes in Tax and Transfer Reform in Israel.

In: Orcutt, Guy H., Joachim Merz and Hermann Quinke (Eds.): Microanalytic Simulation Models to Support Social and Financial Policy Cited by: 2. A Survey of Methods and Applications for Analyzing Economic and Social Policy Joachim Merz FFB-Discussion Paper No.

9, JuneISSN Summary This essential dimensions of microsimulation as an instrument to analyze and forecast the individual impacts of alternative economic and social policy measures are surveyed in this by:   Simulation is the art of using tools – physical or conceptual models, or computer hardware and software, to attempt to create the illusion of reality.

The discipline has in recent years expanded to include the modelling of systems that rely on human factors and therefore possess a large proportion of uncertainty, such as social, economic or.

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The types of simulation programs depicted in this book fall into just one of the seven categories of social simulation, each given its own chapter in the excellent Simulation for the Social Scientist by Gilbert and Troitzsch.

Placed in the broader context of social simulation, public policy microsimulation is distinctive in its emphasis on. The advent of object-oriented, and later agent-oriented, programming, and the increased power and lower cost of computer hardware have led to an explosion in modeling techniques for social and other problems.

The first edition of this work [1] was an invaluable roadmap through the jungle of computer modeling and simulation. Model building in the social sciences can increasingly rely on well elaborated formal theories.

At the same time inexpensive large computational capacities are now available. Both make computer-based model building and simulation possible in social science, whose central aim is in particular an understanding of social dynamics.

Such social dynamics refer to public opinion formation, partner. Downloadable. This essential dimensions of microsimulation as an instrument to analyze and forecast the individual impacts of alternative economic and social policy measures are surveyed in this study.

The basic principles of microsimulation, which is a tool for practical policy advising as well as for research and teaching, are pointed out and the static and dynamic (cross-section and life.

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