IGEM is an econometrically-estimated intertemporal general equilibrium model of the United States economy. It has been extensively used for policy analysis since 1988 and has been continuously updated and refined. This site includes comprehensive documentation of the model's design; a list of related publications and reports and links to some of the model's underlying data. In addition, selected news items related to IGEM are listed below.
- IGEM Draft Carbon Tax Analysis for EMF 32
- A new IGEM paper on the welfare consequences of taxing carbon is available. It was prepared for Energy Modeling Forum 32. [more...]