Input-output models: theory, data, and application
Institute of Developing Economies, 1985 - Business & Economics - 372 pages
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Classical Neoclassical and Keynesian
Data Compilation and Methods
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1-O tables adjusted aggregate Agriculture Appendix ASEAN average backward linkage effects Basic Metal by-products calculated Charcoal coefficient matrix column commodity compilation components of final constant prices Construction consumption countries defined dependent developed disaggregation economists employment equation equilibrium evaluated exchange rate expenditure export Fabricated Metal factor final demand Forestry forward linkage effects given gross outputs growth accounting Heckscher-Ohlin theorem impact in-transit increase Indonesian economy industry input coefficients input-output analysis input-output model intermediate inputs International Input-Output Table inverse matrix Japan Keynesian Korea labour Leontief Malayawata Steel Malaysia manufacturing measure method National Accounts national income neoclassical Oil Mining paper Philippine price indices primary input problem production function purchasing power parity RAS approach ratio region relative prices Say's law sector classification Soviet statistics Stone method structure sub-matrices supply Textile Transactions Table transport U.S. dollar updating value-added wage wage-fund