Modelling frameworks

In partnership with international policy centres, academics, and local experts, we provide a wide range of frontier economic evaluation frameworks.

Energy, Environment and Economy

Our model is designed to address national and global economic and economy-environment policy challenges but can be applied to other policy areas due to its in-built adaptability. The model can be used in policy areas as diverse as climate...

Computational General Equilibrium (CGE)

Our Computational General Equilibrium (CGE) model captures all economic interactions in the New Zealand economy, including trade and spending between firms on one another’s goods and inputs; spending by consumers on goods; investment...

Sub-regional Economic Activity Model (SEAM)

Our Sub-regional Economic Activity Model (SEAM) provides details on the socioeconomic features of households, their choice of location and the economic activities of New Zealand industries. SEAM is providing a broader tool for the...

Housing Affordability Simulation Model (ASIM)

To estimate the impact of housing and macroprudential policies on different socioeconomic groups, we offer our Housing Affordability Simulation Model (ASIM). In ASIM, each household has an affordability limit based on their income levels,...