SIDMODState Identification Module (Colorado)
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SIDMOD, largely a series of econometric models, takes inputs from microsimulation models, together with additional data from surveys such as the Household, Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia (HILDA) Survey, to estimate a range indicators of social disadvantage (such as financial stress, subjective wellbeing and mental health) that could be affected by the water policy reform.
Link 7 in Figure 1 shows that ABMs can potentially take as inputs the outputs of the social impact model, SIDMOD (such as measures of psychological stress and subjective well-being), together with variables not included in SIDMOD such as institutions, social networks, governance and so forth (Folke, 2006) to investigate how all these factors explain emergence of resilient and adaptive or vulnerable communities.