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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.

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
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 22.25 x 14.43  x 3.84
Weight (kg): 0.91
Edition Number: 1