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  • Jackson Randall W.; Rogerson Peter; Plane David; Huallachain Breandan O (Carfax Publishing Company, 1990-01-01)
    Regional economic structure is uniquely represented in the input–output matrix of interindustry transactions. Although changes in this matrix representation reflect certain changes in economic structure, there is no consensus ...
  • Aulin-Ahmavaara Pirkko (Carfax Publishing Company, 1989-01-01)
    A complete dynamic input–output model, which along with the production of goods and services includes the production of human capital and of different kinds of labour, is introduced. The problem of long gestation periods ...
  • Reinert Kenneth A.; Roland-Holst David W. (Carfax Publishing Company, 1992-01-01)
    This paper presents the methodology used to construct a highly disaggregated social accounting matrix (SAM) of the USA which integrates data on interindustry flows, value added, imports and final demand for 487 production ...
  • Siebe Thomas (Carfax Publishing Company, 1994-01-01)
    This paper introduces an econometric input—output model for Western Germany in a disaggregation of 12 commodities and sectors. The ‘Jorgenson’-type equilibrium model is based on flexible functional forms on the supply and ...
  • Karunaratne Neil Dias (Carfax Publishing Company, 1991-01-01)
    The more robust computable general equilibrium (CGE) modelling has been applied to examine the macro-economic implications of promoting the nascent Australian information economy. The Australian information economy has ...
  • Kymn Kern O. (Carfax Publishing Company, 1990-01-01)
    This paper consists of two parts. The first surveys the theory of aggregation that had been developed in Input–Output analysis up to 1971. This review provides a comprehensive portraft of the development of aggregation ...
  • Olsen J. Asger (Carfax Publishing Company, 1993-01-01)
    This paper develops a joint theory of aggregation of input–output quantity and price models. The main emphasis is on the problem of aggregation of industries in the models. While aggregation of quantity models is a familiar ...
  • Matallah K.; Proops J. L. R. (Carfax Publishing Company, 1992-01-01)
    The development plans for the Algerian economy in the period 1968–79 were based on the establishment of ‘industrializing industries’, with the establishment of growth poles. The effectiveness of this policy is assessed, ...
  • Blitzer Charles R.; Eckaus R. S.; Lahiri S.; Meeraus A. (Carfax Publishing Company, 1990-01-01)
    The paper describes a model for the Egyptian economy which analyzes the interactions of energy and economic policies. The model obeys rules of economic eficiency, is economy-wide, multisectoral and dynamic, with a 25-year ...
  • Steenge A. E.; Konijn P. J. A. (Carfax Publishing Company, 1992-01-01)
    We present a new approach to irreducibility in multisectoral models, based on an axiom on the vectors of total outputs and inputs. We derive new results in joint production models, including an interpretation of von Neumann's ...
  • Monaco Lorraine Sullivan (Carfax Publishing Company, 1991-01-01)
    Relative to aggregate models, multisectoral models of the Inforum type have rich product detail. But relative to the forecasting needs of of a firm, they generally have far too little product detail for the firm's own line ...
  • Неизвестный автор (Carfax Publishing Company, 1992-01-01)
  • de Mesnard Louis (Carfax Publishing Company, 1995-01-01)
    The paper discusses qualitative input–output methods. It is shown that information is lost. Because the binary relationship constructed by qualitative methods is not transitive, the model lacks economic consistency. ...
  • Banouei A. A. (Carfax Publishing Company, 1992-01-01)
    In spite of multi-country application of the dynamic Leontief model for planning in the absence of capital coeficient tables, such tables have long been felt necessary in Iran. The uniqueness of this study lies not only ...
  • Karunaratne Neil Dias (Carfax Publishing Company, 1989-01-01)
    It is widely recognized that increasing the information technology intensiveness or the rapid informatization of the ailing Australian macroeconomy will revitalize it and enhance its international competitiveness. But the ...
  • Khorshid Motaz (Carfax Publishing Company, 1991-01-01)
    A social-accounting-matrix-based long-term economy-wide model for a typical oil-producing Gulf country is constructed and used to simulate the development path of the Kuwaiti economy up to 2015. The model represents a ...
  • Haltia Olli (Carfax Publishing Company, 1992-01-01)
    Triangularization methods which have provided a tool for studying the production structure of an economy are considered. The previous triangularization methods are founded on a permutation theorem which defines a necessary ...
  • Burley Peter (Carfax Publishing Company, 1989-01-01)
    A von Neumann growth model is adapted to illustrate an efficient transition for downward rigid consumption from one Schumpeterian stationary state to another. An arbitrary number of fixed capital goods can be accommodated ...
  • Móczár József; Tsukui Jinkichi (Carfax Publishing Company, 1992-01-01)
    Possible growth paths in a closed decomposable dynamic input–output model are investigated. It is suggested that a developing economy, which will typically undergo structural change, or a developed economy, which will make ...
  • Mesnard Louis de (Carfax Publishing Company, 1990-01-01)
    Two elements are being presented in this paper: (1) A new and original method for analysing matrix dynamics, called the synthetical biproportional projector method (SBP), which can be used to project input–output tables ...