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Input-Output Analysis : Frontiers and Extensions - Robert E. Kuenne

Input-Output Analysis

Frontiers and Extensions

By: Robert E. Kuenne (Editor), Michael L. Lahr (Editor), Erik Dietzenbacher (Editor), Walter Isard (Foreword by)

Hardcover Published: 14th August 2001
ISBN: 9780333917855
Number Of Pages: 509

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Input-Output Analysis contains new contributions to inter-industry economics by a set of internationally respected authors. The first part sketches the current state-of-the-art and explores the frontiers for traditional topics in input-output analysis such as inter-industry linkages, feedback effects, and the composition of economic changes. The second part crosses the borders of traditional input-output analysis, covering issues that change the visualization of economic structures, the application of generalized cost functions, and the adoption of alternative modeling frameworks.

Acknowledgments
Foreword
Foreword
Preface
Notes on the Contributors
Introductionp. 1
Interindustry Linkages: The Flow Network of a Physical Input-Output Table (PIOT): Theory and Application for Germanyp. 35
Feedback Effects in Interregional Input-Output Models: What Have We Learned?p. 54
Feedbacks in Input-Output Systems: Impacts, Loops and Hierarchiesp. 71
Changes in the Structure of the Washington State Economy, 1963-87: An Investigation of the Patterns of Inputs and the Mix of Outputsp. 100
An Intercountry Decomposition of Output Growth in EC Countriesp. 121
Interaction Terms and Structural Decomposition: An Application to the Defense Cost of Oilp. 143
Interregional Trade, the Heckscher-Ohlin-Vanek Theorem and the Leontief Paradoxp. 161
Perfect Aggregation of Industries in Input-Output Modelsp. 187
Export-base Theory and Input-Output Systems: Some Formal Resultsp. 202
A Strategy for Producing Hybrid Regional Input-Output Tablesp. 211
Structural Development of Germany, Japan and the USA, 1980-90: A Qualitative Analysis Using Minimal Flow Analysis (MFA)p. 245
On Boolean Topological Methods of Structural Analysisp. 268
The Question of Identifying Industrial Complexes Revisited: A Qualitative Perspectivep. 280
Influence Graph Theory Applied to Structural Analysisp. 297
Structural Change and Fundamental Economic Structure: The Case of Australiap. 318
Comparative Stability Analysis of Demand-Side and Supply-Side Input-Output Models: Toward an Index of Economic "Maturity"p. 338
The Input-Output Structural Decomposition Analysis of "Flexible" Production Systemsp. 349
Low-Productivity Regions, Wage Differentiation and Unemployment: Some Neglected Feedbacksp. 381
The Spatial Decomposition of a Biregional Extended Input-Output Modelp. 403
The Puget Sound Forecasting Model: A Structural Time-Series Analysis of Ron Miller's Home Townp. 431
The Regional Impact of the Formation of the European Monetary Union: Econometric versus Input-Output and Computable General Equilibrium Frameworksp. 451
Income Distribution Effects of Government Transfers: Sensitivity to Closure Rules in Input-Output and Computable General Equilibrium Approachesp. 479
Indexp. 503
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ISBN: 9780333917855
ISBN-10: 0333917855
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 509
Published: 14th August 2001
Publisher: SPRINGER VERLAG GMBH
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 22.25 x 14.43  x 3.84
Weight (kg): 0.91
Edition Number: 1