Results.gms (Outdated)

Results.gms calculates aggregates, change in welfare and other other variables. These calculations are made for two geographical breakdown: the one used for all the simulations and another one more aggregated. Both are defined in Aggregation.xls. See spreadsheet interface (Outdated) for more details. Make sure you have the file Definitions.gms with the chosen aggregation in your MIRAGE directory.

You can change the files Indicateurs.gms, Variations.gms and Sorties.gms if you want to add more variables to Excel output than by default. On the contrary, the files PrixX.gms, PrixP.gms, Exp.gms, Imp.gms, Var.gms, Result_ini.gms and Result_var must not be changed.

Equivalent variation in a given year and a given country is defined as:

$$ EV_{r,t} = E\left(P_{r,t}^0,U_{r,t}\right)-E\left(P_{r,t}^0,U_{r,t}^0\right) $$

Options

At the beginning of the file, you define the initial year used to display the initial level in Excel files.

 $setglobal ini 2006	! First year for results display

By default, for most of variables only the last year is extracted for Excel. You can add other years by changing the subset t_. Be aware that the files risk to be very big if you add too many years.

 SET	t_(Temps);
 
 t_(Temps)$card(Temps) = yes;

Files

Seven csv files per simulations are written in the subdirectory Results. They have no specific name by default. You have two ways to define a name. Results.gms expects as a name a control variable called simu. You can define it on the command line like in MIRAGE.gms (Outdated) or inside Results.gms with the following line:

 $set simu example

When you have extracted all results, use the Excel Add-in TCD.xla to get them in Excel pivot tables. See extraction of results (Outdated) for more details.