In-house models

Deloitte Access Economics Macro Model (DAEM)
DAEM is a dynamic model of the Australian economy, which provides industry, state and national forecasts over a ten year period. The model contains forecasts of key economic variables such as GDP, employment, exchange rates, inflation and interest rates.

The forecasts generated from DAEM form the basis for Deloitte Access Economics’ regular forecasts and commentary on the economy, such as those in our subscription publication, Business Outlook.

Deloitte Access Economics Superannuation Simulation Model (SuperSim)
The SuperSim model projects retirement savings outcomes in Australia over the coming century. It combines broad scope, detailed projections and flexibility to provide a level of modelling sophistication previously reserved for government agencies.

The detailed projections from SuperSim include outcomes from the superannuation system both pre and post retirement, and projections for housing and other forms of long term saving.

This model provides a flexible framework for measuring the impact of changes to super policy, including projections of changes to member behaviour in response to improved tax and co-contribution incentives.

Deloitte Access Economics Demographic Model (DAE-DEM)
DAE-DEM is a model containing detailed projections of Australia’s population; building up from the demographic ‘first principles’ of births, deaths, migration and household formation, the model projects population by age and gender for each State and Territory.

By changing the underlying assumptions in the model, custom population projections can be tailored to individual client needs.

Deloitte Access Economics Macro Model (DAEM)

DAEM is a dynamic model of the Australian economy, which provides industry, state and national forecasts over a ten year period.  The model contains forecasts of key economic variables such as GDP, employment, exchange rates, inflation and interest rates.

The forecasts generated from DAEM form the basis for Deloitte Access Economics’ regular forecasts and commentary on the economy, such as those in our subscription publication, Business Outlook.

The DAEM can be purchased in a user-friendly software package (operating with Microsoft Excel).  Please contact us (insert daesubscriptons email address) to discuss how this model can be tailored to suit your needs.

Deloitte Access Economics General Equilibrium Model (DAE-GEM)

DAE-GEM is a dynamic, general equilibrium model of the global economy.  It provides us with the ability to analyse key issues such as policy change or major investment projects, in an integrated global economic framework.  It includes 78 countries and 57 industrial sectors.

We have used DAE-GEM for a wide range of modelling tasks for both the private and public sectors.  It can be readily adapted for individual client use.

Deloitte Access Economics Superannuation Simulation Model (SuperSim)

The SuperSim model projects retirement savings outcomes in Australia over the coming century.  It combines broad scope, detailed projections and flexibility to provide a level of modelling sophistication previously reserved for government agencies.  

The detailed projections from SuperSim include outcomes from the superannuation system both pre and post retirement, and projections for housing and other forms of long term saving.  

This model provides a flexible framework for measuring the impact of changes to super policy, including projections of changes to member behaviour in response to improved tax and co-contribution incentives.

Deloitte Access Economics Demographic Model (DAE-DEM)

DAE-DEM is a model containing detailed projections of Australia’s population; building up from the demographic ‘first principles’ of births, deaths, migration and household formation, the model projects population by age and gender for each State and Territory.

By changing the underlying assumptions in the model, custom population projections can be tailored to individual client needs.