New techniques for household microsimulation, and their application to Australia
Household microsimulation models are sometimes used by national governments to make long-term projections of proposed policy changes. They are costly to develop and maintain, and sometimes have short lifetimes. Most present national models have limited interactions between agents, few regions and long simulation cycles. Some models are very slow to run. Overcoming these limitations may open up a much wider range of government, business and individual uses. This thesis suggests techniques to...[Show more]
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