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Published by Avebury in Aldershot, Hants, England, Brookfield, Vt., USA .
Written in English

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  • Input-output analysis -- Mathematical models -- Congresses.

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Edition Notes

Papers prepared for a conference on Regional and Inter-regional Input-Output Modelling held at the Burn, Glenesk, Angus, Scotland in September 1989.

Statementedited by John H. Ll. Dewhurst, Geoffrey J.D. Hewings, Rodney C. Jensen.
ContributionsDewhurst, John H. Ll. 1947-, Jensen, R. C., Hewings, Geoffrey.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHB142 .N49 1991
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 272 p. :
Number of Pages272
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1553234M
ISBN 101856281191
LC Control Number91033226

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In economics, an input–output model is a quantitative economic model that represents the interdependencies between different sectors of a national economy or different regional economies. Wassily Leontief (–) is credited with developing this type of analysis and earned the Nobel Prize in Economics for his development of this model. Interregional Input-Output Models. In book: Handbook of Regional Science, Publisher: Springer Sub-regional or local economic modelling has, on the other hand, traditionally been concerned. 45 Interregional Input–Output Models with v ¼ P -vector with the economy-wide total primary inputs of type p, that is, the row totals of the third quadrant of Fig. A different early quest of modern regional science was the creation of practical tools for the study of real places, and here regional science has had spectacular success. The input–output model attracted early attention. A series of regional input–output articles appeared in the Review of Economics and Statistics between and

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  Politicians and analysts are concerned with the economic health of regions. Sub-national economic modeling has relied heavily on input–output models. The absence of resource constraints in such models implies that they miss much of regional adjustment story in response to economic : Glyn Wittwer, Janine Dixon, John R Madden. An introduction into multi-region input-output modelling Manfred Lenzen ISA, The University of Sydney Australia with thanks to Tommy Wiedmannand Barney Foranfor some of the slides. Regional input–output tables and trade flows: an integrated and interregional non-survey approach. Regional Studies. Regional analyses require detailed and accurate information about dynamics happening within and between regional economies. However, . Use the Input-Output approach developed by Leontieff in ’s. Now used for Local and Regional Impact Analysis. Aim is to model the local/regional economy showing the input-output linkages that occur between different sectors and the household sector.