Global modelling: Survey and anticipation of future progress
The approach of global modelling is still in its infancy and faces some difficulties. However, it is noticed that there is plenty to be done. We expect scientists to pay it formal attention in the future; thus contributing to the understanding and solution of global problems.
KeywordsPlanning Horizon Arab Country World Model Macroeconomic Model Trade Model
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