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Input-output and regional economics by Harry Ward Richardson

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Published by Weidenfeld and Nicolson in London .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Input-output analysis.,
  • Regional planning -- Mathematical models.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statement[by] Harry W. Richardson.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHB142 .R5 1973
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 294 p.
Number of Pages294
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5472955M
ISBN 100297995553, 0297765264
LC Control Number73176163

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Input-Output Analysis is an ideal introduction to the subject for advanced undergraduate and graduate students in a wide variety of fields, including economics, regional science, regional economics, city, regional and urban planning, environmental planning, public policy analysis and public by: Input-Output Analysis is an ideal introduction to the subject for advanced undergraduate and graduate students in a wide variety of fields, including economics, regional science, regional economics, city, regional and urban planning, environmental planning, public policy analysis and public management. "Regional Input-Output Analysis," Book Chapters, in: Grant I. Thrall (ed.), Scientific Geography Series, pa Regional Research Institute, West Regional, Real Estate, and Transportation Economics - - General Regional Economics - - - Regional Economic Activity: Growth, Development, Environmental Issues, and Changes; Statistics Access. A careful student of this text will be thoroughly prepared to move on to applications.' Robert M. Solow, Department of Economics, MIT, and winner of the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics 'Wassily Leontief defined and used input-output analysis in the modern era. He and his close followers took the subject far during the 20th by:

  The technique, termed the Generation of Regional Input-Output Tables (GRIT), is designed for general use in the production of regional input-output tables, and other data sources contributing towards the holistic accuracy of the table, thereby providing accurate maximisation of input-output tables within a given budget by: I find the book by Ronald E. Miller and Peter D. Blair "Input-Output Analysis: Foundations and Extensions," Prentice Hall, Inc very good in its coverage and examples. Thijs ten Raa, author of the acclaimed text The Economics of InputOCoOutput Analysis, now takes the reader to the forefront of the field. This volume collects and unifies his and his co-authors'' research papers on national accounting, InputOCoOutput coefficients, economic theory, dynamic models, stochastic analysis, and performance analysis. Book Description. Originally published in Decision makers at all levels need sufficiently detailed information on regional economic structure in order to undertake consistent and comprehensive regional planning. A means is put forward here, elevating the impracticable regional input-output method, to that of an operational planning technique.