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Threshold 21 National Sustainable Development Model



"Threshold 21" is a PC-based, user-friendly tool for enabling nations to see the long-term effects of their tax, subsidy, and investment policies.
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Address:
Millennium Institute
1117 North 19th Street, Suite 900
Arlington, VA 22209-1708

Phone: 1 703 841-0048
Fax: 1 703 841-0050
E-Mail: millennium@igc.apc.org
Website: http://www.igc.apc.org/millennium/t21
   


Detailed Information:
The Millennium Institute`s "Threshold 21" is a user-friendly PC-based National Sustainable Development Model enables decision-makers to assess the long-term (50 - 100 years) effects of alternative investment, tax, subsidy, other relative price factors on national development indicators. Threshold 21 includes sectors for demography, health care, education, nutrition, goods, trade, agriculture, fuel resources, energy, pollution, military, technology, debt, national accounts, and "rest of world". The sectors are dynamically linked through more than 1000 equations.

Threshold 21 was written using Vensim, an integrated environment for developing, analyzing and packaging high quality, dynamic feedback models.


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