Data for: Modelling the global economic consequences of a major African swine fever outbreak in China

Published: 17-04-2020| Version 2 | DOI: 10.17632/zgrngg5hp5.2
Contributors:
Daniel Mason-D'Croz,
Jessica R. Bogard,
Mario Herrero,
Sherman Robinson,
Timothy B. Sulser,
Keith Wiebe,
Dirk Willenbockel,
H Charles J. Godfray

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Global model results of simulated shocks to pork production in China used in Mason-D'Croz et al (2020) to assess potential impacts of an African Swine Fever outbreak in China on the global food system. The scenarios explored a range of production shocks (20-80 percent), as well as sensitivity analysis around different assumptions on consumer responses. The results were simulated in a coupled bioeconomic modelling suite which included IMPACT, a global partial equilibrium model of the agriculture sector, and GLOBE, a global general equilibrium model of the full economy. Full analysis of these scenarios is available in Mason-D'Croz et al. (2020) published in Nature Food. Data available for download include: - Extended model results for IMPACT and GLOBE (Model Results Supplementary Data...) - Data underlying figures in Mason-D'Croz et al. (Published figures...) How to cite: Please cite both the mendeley dataset and the primary analysis Mason-D'Croz, D., J.R. Bogard, M. Herrero, S. Robinson, T.B. Sulser, K. Wiebe, D. Willenbockel, and H.C.J. Godfray (2020). "Modelling the global economic consequences of a major African swine fever outbreak in China". Nature Food. Mason-D'Croz, D., J.R. Bogard, M. Herrero, S. Robinson, T.B. Sulser, K. Wiebe, D. Willenbockel, and H.C.J. Godfray (2020). “Data for: Modelling the global economic consequences of a major African swine fever outbreak in China”, Mendeley Data, VX, doi: 10.17632/zgrngg5hp5.1

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