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  • UK: Industrial Forecsat
    Cambridge Econometrics Multisectoral Dynamic Model of the UK economy MDM E3 The forecast is updated twice a year and currently goes out to 2025 The service is delivered through our Knowledge Base website with each update structured as follows Behind the Forecast provides a description of the model and recent model developments Downloadable Forecast Tables contains all the main tables of results in xls format These present detailed forecasts for

    Original URL path: http://www.camecon.com/MacroSectoral/MacroSectoraluk/IndustrialService.aspx (2016-02-14)
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  • UK: Modelling Capability
    Consultancy Capability Europe Modelling Capability Global Consultancy Capability Global Modelling Capability Macro Sectoral Macro Sectoral UK UK Modelling Capability Modelling capability Cambridge Econometrics has a long standing reputation for sectoral modelling and policy analysis in the UK The MDM E3 model is an econometric model that splits the UK into 12 regions and 86 industries It can be used to generate forecasts and alternative scenarios analyse changes in economic structure

    Original URL path: http://www.camecon.com/MacroSectoral/MacroSectoraluk/ModellingCapability.aspx (2016-02-14)
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  • Europe: Modelling Capability
    in depth analysis of competitiveness in the European economies The E3ME model is an econometric model that identifies the 28 Member States of the EU plus five other neighbouring or candidate countries and the world s major economies and disaggregates activity into 69 industries It can be used to generate forecasts and alternative scenarios or analyse changes in economic structure It can also be used to assess the impact of policies on industry and the economy over the short medium and long terms for example the impact of industry cost saving measures the impact of environmental energy policies on industries and supply chains the impact of investment and R D spending on industry performance the impact of trade policy on domestic and global demand for an EU sector s outputs the impact of policy on demand for skills and jobs type I and II multiplier analysis E3ME is an empirical rather than theoretical model i e key relationships are validated by and against historical data it does not make assumptions about constant returns to scale perfect competition rational behaviour or exogenous technical progress Interdependencies between sectors are determined by detailed input output relationships embedded in the model As an econometric

    Original URL path: http://www.camecon.com/MacroSectoral/MacroSectoralEurope/ModellingCapability.aspx (2016-02-14)
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  • Global: Modelling Capability
    Capability Modelling capability The E3ME model is a global econometric tool that splits the world into 53 regions including all EU Member States and explicit identification of 13 of the largest global economies It is a suitable tool for assessing both competitiveness issues within individual sectors and the interlinkages between different sectors always with a strong empirical basis Cambridge Econometrics has a long standing reputation for international modelling and policy

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  • The purpose and design of E3ME
    used for evaluating the impacts of an input shock through a scenario based analysis The shock could be for example a change in policy or a change in economic assumptions The analysis can be either forward looking ex ante or evaluating previous developments in an ex post manner E3ME s structure The structure of E3ME is based on the standard system of national accounts with further linkages to energy and material demands and environmental emissions The labour market is also covered in detail In total there are 33 sets of econometrically estimated equations covering the components of GDP consumption investment international trade employment wages and prices energy demand and materials demand Each equation set is disaggregated by country and by sector E3ME s historical database covers the period 1970 2014 and the model projects forward annually to 2050 The main data sources in Europe are Eurostat and the AMECO database with the OECD Asian Development Bank and national sources used for other countries Energy and emissions data are taken from the IEA and EDGAR databases The main dimensions of the model are 59 regions most major world economies the EU Member States and candidate countries plus other countries economies grouped Up to 69 sectors with considerable detail of service sectors Up to 43 categories of consumer expenditure 22 different users of 12 different fuel types 14 types of air borne emission where data are available including the six greenhouse gases monitored under the Kyoto protocol 13 types of household including income quintiles and socio economic groups such as the unemployed inactive and retired plus an urban rural split For a full list of model classifications see here Standard outputs from the model E3ME is capable of producing a broad range of economic energy and environment indicators The following list provides

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  • UK: Regional Service
    February and August Further details on the scope of the data and forecasts are set out below MDM E3 a highly disaggregated dynamic model of the UK regions based on an input output framework allows a wide range of regional economic analysis right through from individual industry detail up to top level macro level indicators and levers within a consistent UK framework The model disaggregates the UK into twelve regions

    Original URL path: http://www.camecon.com/SubNational/SubNationalUK/RegionalService.aspx (2016-02-14)
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  • European Regional Database
    to produce a full time series of data ranging back to 1980 with data for the New Member States starting in 1990 across all NUTS2 and NUTS3 regions of the EU CE s current iteration of the database ranges from 1980 to 2012 and includes GVA by 6 sectors Employment by 6 sectors Hours worked by 6 sectors GDP Population Active population Gross fixed capital formation by 3 sectors Compensation

    Original URL path: http://www.camecon.com/SubNational/SubNationalEurope/RegionalDatabase.aspx (2016-02-14)
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  • Local Demographic Analysis
    complex task with the trends influenced by many factors that may be demographic eg natural aging of the current population social eg trends in fertility rates tendency for multi generation households and economic eg relative strength of the local economy Robust plans require an understanding of the contribution the different factors could have Tools and competence The Chelmer Population and Housing Chelmer Model is a well established demographic model that

    Original URL path: http://www.camecon.com/SubNational/SubNationalUK/ConsultancyCapability/UKLocalDemography.aspx (2016-02-14)
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