Frontiers of Input-output Analysis

Frontiers of Input-output Analysis

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This is a volume of the best of the most recent research in economics using Input-Output analysis, invented by Wassily Leontief (for which he won the Nobel Prize). Much recent research was presented at several conferences in 1986, the 50th anniversary of the first English language article by Leontief. This volume makes available for the first time in published form the best of this research.show more

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  • Hardback | 350 pages
  • 166.9 x 231.9 x 28.2mm | 716.67g
  • Oxford University Press Inc
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • numerous line illustrations
  • 0195057589
  • 9780195057584

Table of contents

Part 1 Input-output and econometric models: Lawrence R. Klein: Econometric aspects of Input-Output analysis; Clopper Almon: Industrial impacts of macroeconomic policies in the INFORUM model; Comparison of two approaches to industry effects of macro developments; Industry effects of macroeconomic changes; William Peterson: Supply functions in an Input-Output framework. Part 2 Alternative accounting frameworks: Karen R. Polenske: Historical and new international perspectives on Input-Output' accounts; Norbert Rainer: Descriptive versus analytical make-use systems -- Some Austrian experiences; Reiner St "aglin: Towards an Input-Output subsystem for the information sector; Solomon I. Cohen: Multiplier analyses in social accounting and Input-Output frameworks: Evidence for several countries. Part 3 Extended models and multiplier decompositions: Jeffry I. Round: Decomposition of Input-Output and economy-wide multipliers in a regional setting; Peter W. J. Batey & Melwyn J. Weeks: The effects of household disaggregation in extended Input-Output models; Adam Rose & Paul Beaumont: Interrelational income distribution multipliers for the U.S. economy; Edward H. Wolff & David R. Howell: Labor quality and productivity growth in the United States: An Input-Output growth-accounting framework. Part 4 Regional, interregional, international issues: Yusuhiko Torii, Seung-Jin Shim & Yutaka Akiyama: Effects of tariff reductions on trade in the Asia-Pacific region; William B. Beyers: Structural change in interregional Input-Output models: Form and regional economic development implications; Peter Nijkamp & Aura Reggiani: Spatial interaction and Input-Output models: A dynamic stochastic multi-objective framework. Part 5 Measurement error and data scarcity: Randall W. Jackson & Guy R. West: Perpectives on probabilistic Input-Output analysis; Ranko Bon: Qualitative Input-Output analysis; Michael Sonis & Geoffrey J.D. Hewings: Error and sensitivity Input-Output analysis: A new approach; Benjamin H. Stevens, George I. Treyz & Michael L. Lahr: On the comparative accuracy of RPC estimating techniques; Janusz Szyrmer: Trade-off between error and information in the RAS procedure. Part 6 Measurement and implications of technological change: Faye Duchin: An Input-Output approach to analyzing the future economic implications of technological change; Peter D. Blair and Andrew W. Wyckoff: The changing structure of the U.S. economy: An Input-Output analysis; Hideo Kanemitsu & Hiroshi Ohnishi: An Input-Output analysis of technological changes in the Japanese economy: 1970-1980.show more