2 edition of Error generation in regional input-output analysis and its implications for non-survey models found in the catalog.
Error generation in regional input-output analysis and its implications for non-survey models
Benjamin H. Stevens
Bibliography: p. 31-33.
|Statement||by Benjamin H. Stevens & Glynnis A. Trainer.|
|Series||RSRI discussion paper series ; no. 108|
|Contributions||Trainer, Glynnis A., Regional Science Research Institute.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||33 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||33|
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Regional Economic Multipliers: Definition, Measurement, and Application of Non-Survey Regional Input-Output Models Generation in Regional Input-Output Analysis and Its Implications for. Implications are drawn from recent contributions to the regional input-output literature in terms of the reconciliation debate and the survey versus non-survey debate.
Non-survey Method for Estimating a Multi-regional Input -Output Model in China. Nobuhiro Okamoto, Daito Bunka University. Abstract. This paper proposes a method for estimating a multi-regional input-output (MRIO) model for China under the limitations and constraints of trade flow data over the regions.
The MRIO model proposed. Downloadable. The paper aims to analyse the tendency of a battery of non-survey techniques of constructing regional I-O tables to over-(under-)estimate impact. The behaviour of the regionalization methods is assessed relatively to the techniques analysed.
For this aim, a Monte Carlo simulation has been carried out. Then, a multidimensional scaling procedure has been applied to search for a. Brouwer, J. Maybee, P. Nijkamp, H. VoogdSign solvability in economic models through plausible restrictionsCited by: 4. Estimation Technique of International Input-Output Model by Non-survey Method Nobuhiro Okamoto1, Takao Sano2 and Satoshi Inomata3 Abstract The Asian International Input-Output (IO) Table that is compiled by Institute of Developing Economies –JETRO (IDE), was constructed in Isard type form.
Thus, it required a lot of time to publish. This chapter focuses on regional, interregional, and multiregional input-output analysis.
Unlike many other branches of regional economics and regional science, the development of regional and interregional models occurred almost contemporaneously with the growth Cited by: This paper attempts to propose hybrid methodology of compiling water resource extended input-output (IO) table at county level (According to administrative structure of China, a county is subordinate to its province, and provincial level is parallel to state level of other countries).
By combining Non-Survey-based RAS-technique for possible iterated results and Partial-Survey-based current Cited by: Andersen, J.C., D.L. Snyder, and J.E. Keith. Using Non-Survey Input-Output Techniques to Determine the Impact of Agriculture on the State's Economy.
Western Regional Science Association Annual Meeting, Laguna Beach, California, February March 1, Author: J. Andersen, Donald L. Snyder, John E. Keith. On the grounds of the long discussion in the literature for the construction of regional input–output (I/O) tables, the present study endeavors to identify the best performing method among the most applied location quotient based non-survey techniques.
The analysis uses actual data—in particular, the EU input–output tables for the years and —and by employing three different Author: Georgios Lampiris, Christos Karelakis, Efstratios Loizou.
Hewings G. () Regional input-output models in the U.K.: Some problems and prospects for the use of nonsurvey techniques, Reg.
Studies 5, 11– The possibilities of utilizing nonsurvey data in the production of regional input-output tables have recently been investigated in the United States.
In this study, the U.K. input-output tables were used as a basis for the Cited by: Rethinking Input-Output Analysis: A Spatial Perspective Jan Oosterhaven This book highlights the social, economic and environmental importance of the mutual relations between industries in the same and in different regions and nations, and demonstrates how to model these relations using regional, interregional and international input-output (IO.
Downloadable. This paper presents four non-survey methods to construct a full-information international input-output table from national IO tables and international import and export statistics, and this paper tests these four methods against the semi-survey international IO table for nine East-Asian countries and the USA, which is constructed by the Institute of Developing Economies in Japan.
Input-output (I-O) analysis is a technique to model the structure and inter-sectoral flows of an economy. The I-O model can further be used to estimate the magnitude of backward-linked economic activity (indirect and induced effects), and the effect of an increase or decrease in final demand.
As well, the model can assess the effect of certain government policies on the output, income, and. This book provides a fresh perspective on the ever-growing relevance of input-output analysis in problem solving. It is based on the “19th National Conference of the Input-Output Research Association of India (IORA)”, held in in Mumbai, India.
Due to the complexity of the problem, and the not too infrequent lack of reliable data, most regional models are 'linked' in some fashion to a national model. Examples of these models are the (1) Shift-Share, and (2) Location-Agglomeration Models, (3) Regional and Interregional Input-Output Models, and (4) Regional Macro- Econometric Models.
This book aims to introduce how to compile the first set of county-level IO tables involving resources and environment accounts with integrated datasets which contains the spatio-temporal data of water and land resources, ecology and social economy in the river basin and to construct an integrated Computable General Equilibrium (CGE) model with.
The paper will focus on the global dimensions of more sustainable growth in Europe investigating the implications for world-wide patterns of natural resource extraction and of production trade and consumption and the policy implications.” 71 An automated data handling protocol for environmentally extended input-output models Richard Wood.
imperative for economic regional modeling or regional policy and planning. Non-survey approach is the most efficient way in creating regional IO coefficients is through due to limited data parameters. Determine the Level of Accuracy of Estimated (Non- survey) Regional Input- Output.
ONS Economic Statistics and Analysis Strategy / EXECUTIVE SUMMARY. This is the ONS’s third annual Economic Statistics and Analysis Strategy. It provides users, stakeholders and researchers clarity on how we are working to improve UK economic statistics in line with the ‘Better Statistics, Better Decisions’ agenda.Analysis of Material Flows by Sector: NAMEAs, Generalised Input-Output Models, and Physical Input-Output Analysis.
Introduction. This part of the review has focused on environmental input-output analysis, which can be based on two types of tables: monetary input-output tables (MIOTs) and physical input-output tables (PIOTs).This banner text can have markup.
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