This website allows users to run simple illustrative simulations based on a simplified version of the RHOMOLO model to get a first impression of the results that can be obtained with the fully-fledged version of RHOMOLO.
Registered users can use a simple graphical web interface to simulate a simple set of illustrative policy interventions with this webtool (a simplified version of RHOMOLO runs on GAMS in the background).
Currently, three types of policy 'shocks' can be simulated with the webtool:
In order to execute the RHOMOLO model via the graphical web interface, you need an ECAS account (register with the European Commission Authentication Service) and to be authorised by our model developing team. Everyone is welcome to register and run the webtool. Authorised users can run the simulations by clicking on the button below, which will also redirect unauthorised users to a request access form.