The Seventeenth Inforum World Conference in Jurmala, Latvia


The seventeenth Inforum World Conference was held in Jurmala, Latvia from September 7th to September 12th, 2009. The conference was held at Hotel Lielupe in Jurmala.

Jurmala is a historic resort city with 33 kilometers (21 miles) of white-sand beaches along the Gulf of Riga. It is located 32 kilometers (20 miles) from Riga, the capital city of Latvia. A map of Jurmala and the surrounding region is available.

 

Presentations

The Seventeenth Inforum World Conference
Jurmala, Latvia
September 7 - September 12, 2009

 

Ron Horst (USA) "A Software Development Summary for the 2009 Inforum World Conference" (Slides)

Ron Horst and Jeff Werling (USA) "The Economic Impacts of 9/11"

Josef Richter (Austria) "The Statistical Environment of INFORUM Models - Update of the changes ahead"

Shantong Li and Xu Zhaoyuan (China) "Analysis of Factors Causing Different Energy Intensities in China’s Different Regions"

Pan Shengchu and Zhou Lingyao (China) "A Macroeconomic Model of China Economy"

Toshiaki Hasegawa (Japan) "Production and Outsourcing in Japanese Economy"

Paul Salmon (France) "Madiba, The Cameroonian Inforum Model" (French to English Translation)

Clopper Almon (USA) "What Happened to the U.S. Economy in 2008?"

Doug Nyhus (USA) "Energy Use in China"

Michal Przybylinski (Poland) "How do prices of primary energy carriers influence the competititveness of the Polish economy"

Mariusz Plich (Poland) "Prices of Energy and the Polish Economy"

Maurizio Grassini (Italy) "Accumulation and Competitiveness" (Slides)

David Mullins (South Africa) "Econometric Model to predict the effect that various Water Resource Management Scenarios would have on South Africa's Economic Development"

Alexander Shirov (Russia) "System of interindustry calculations on the base statistics or corportations "

Kseniya Savchishina (Russia) "Development of a budget block in RIM model"

Bibigul Aidarkhanova and Alibek Mukhambetzhanov (Kazakhstan) "The Kazstem Macroeconomical Forecasting Model of Kazakhstan"

Philip Ulrich (Germany) "Sustainable settlement development - Assessing the effects of state measures in scenario analysis"

Britta Stover (Germany) "A Change in Private Consumption Expenditure and its Consequences for the Economy - How Important is the Purchase of Cars?"

Aleksandras Vytautas Rutkauskas and Jelena Stankeviciene(Lithuania) "Synthesis of Inter-Industrial Balance and Production Function as an Instrument of Regional Sustainable Development"

Vadim Gilmundinov and Tatyana Tagaeva (Russia) "The Modeling of the Ecological and Health Situation in Russia with Using Input-Output Model" (Slides)

R. Pocs, A. Auzina, and V. Ozolina (Latvia) "Productivity and Current Trends and Options of Latvian Inforum Model"

Rossella Bardazzi (Italy) "Productivity measurement in France and Italy"

Sofia Kaminova (Russia) "Progress in Edition of Russian Interindustry Model "

Gazi Ozhan (Turkey) "A New Version of TINY Turkey"

M. Ono, Y. Sasai, T. Hasegawa, and T. Imagawa (Japan) "Introduction to JIDEA Base Line and Japanese Economy"

Helen Poltimae and Tiiu Paas (Estonia) "The indirect price effect of environmental taxes: the case of Estonia"

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