Input-output tables

Input-output tables

Tables that indicate how much each industry requires of the production of each other industry in order to produce each dollar of its own output.
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Existing methods for measuring linkages are rooted in the input-output tables and may be classified under two main categories, one refers to the traditional methods and the other is the hypothetical extraction method (HEM).
Using new statistical techniques (described in detail in Fisher and May, 2006), we estimate with regression analysis the factor-price changes that best explain the pattern of price changes observed in the input-output tables after an oil shock.
Marginal coefficients for forecasting constructed by Tilanus and Middelhoek are based on average input-output tables, which shows that still new approach (marginal) is based on the old (average) one.
The economic multipliers used in these analyses are calculated using complex input-output tables for specific industries.
This paper has attempted to make an assessment of the expansion potentiality of service sector in Indian economy during the period 1968-69 to 1998-99 with an input-output approach using seven input-output tables.
Input-output analysis, as a theoretical framework and an applied economic tool, was developed by Wassily Leontief in his 1936 publication of the first input-output tables for the United States for the years 1919 and 1929.
Since for most countries outside the EU 15, and especially most of non-OECD countries, no reliable data on costs and technology variables at the level of disaggregation chosen in the paper or input-output tables are available, and the explicit aim of the paper is to investigate the comparative export performance of the group of EU 15 countries, this should be a good approximation.
Also, the input-output tables indicate the composition of final goods in terms of PCE categories.
industrial production, Foerster, Sarte, and Watson (2011) consider up to 117 sectors, the highest level of disaggregation for which input-output tables from the BEA can be matched to sectoral output data.
There is a need for increased data in the form of national accounts such as input-output tables, but also the use of more sophisticated models in order to aid with future policy directions.
Using this data, plus some plausible estimates and Type II multipliers from the 2009 Scottish Input-Output tables published by the Scottish government, we can estimate the likely impact of the announced redundancies on GVA [Gross Value Added] and jobs in the Scottish economy," the spokesman said.
Kim (Kim 2000) can be referred for a discussion on basic analyses related to input-output tables and their areas of application.

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