(Edited with John B. Shoven) This book presents a collection of articles on applied general equilibrium analysis by major contributors to this ﬁeld. This rapidly expanding method of analysis involves the use of computers to study entire economies and the interrelationships among ﬁrms, households and governments in these economies. There are also articles on the particular computational techniques involved in the numerical estimation of these equilibrium models and on several particular applications. Papers deal with the United States, Mexican and Australian economies. Other chapters provide an analysis of long-run energy problems, ﬁscal federalism and economic planning.