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Interindustry studies and model development a report in a series on the New York State Central Economic and Demographic Study. Prepared by the National Planning Association for the New York State Office of Planning Coordination. by National Planning Association. Center for Economic Projections.

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Published in Albany .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Input-output analysis.,
  • New York (State) -- Economic conditions

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Other titlesNew York (State). Office of Planning Coordination
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LC ClassificationsHC107 N7 N364
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Pagination[various pagings]
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Open LibraryOL18526081M

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  Intra-industry trade gives opportunity for businesses to benefit from the economies of scale, as well as use their comparative advantages. In other words countries will get more economic benefits if they concentrate on producing specific types of products within specific range, according to their comparative advantages rather than producing all ranges of specific . Its origin is in the pioneering work of Leontief, who first applied his input-output model to empirical studies in the 's. Since then, the input-output approach has developed greatly, and alternative models have been suggested. The resulting field of quantitative analysis, which we refer to as interindustry economics, is the subject of this. Developed by Wassily Leontief in , input-output models are an alternative to simple economic base and Keynesian approaches to modeling an economic : Todd Sink. ing development policies. Planning models re⁄ect the accounting regularities and a planning model must pass the fiduck testflthat is, the model (Blitzer et al., ). The interindustry or input-output approach pioneered by Leontief and –rst implemented in the Soviet Union, served a means by which con- File Size: 92KB.

  Dr. Almon has been a pioneer in developing macroeconomic and interindustry models, as well as software for econometric analysis and model building. His latest book, The Craft of Economic Modeling, teaches model building through hands-on experience with his econometric software package, called G7. Dr. Studies on Russian Economic Development. All Volumes & Issues. Vol Issue 3, May ISSN: (Print) (Online) In this issue (13 articles) Macroeconomic Problems. RIM interindustry macroeconomic model: Development of instruments under current economic conditions. A. A. Shirov Industries and Interindustry Complexes. The second impetusto model development evolvedout of a series of studies of differential regional consequences of alternative federaltax arid transfer policies, undertaken withSupport from the Economic U.S. Department of Development Administration of the Commerce These studiesstimulated model development three ways. First, whileeach study.   Dr. Almon has been a pioneer in developing macroeconomic and interindustry models, as well as software for econometric analysis and model building. His latest book, The Craft of Economic Modeling, teaches model building through hands-on experience with his econometric software package, called G. Dr.

the Georgia Economic Model (Atlanta: College of Industrial Management, Georgia Institute of Technology, ). Schaffer, William A., and others, Interindustry Study of the Hawaiian Economy (Honolulu: Department of Planning and Economic Development, State of Hawaii, ). Schaffer, William A., The Structure of Manufacturing Employment. This paper examines the extent of interindustry wage differences for nonunion workers and finds that even after controlling for a wide range of individual characteristics and . In: Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) The Residual Factor and Economic Growth, OECD, Paris Tinbergen J, Bos H C Econometric Models of Education: Some Applications, OECD, Paris The Interindustry Model G. Psacharopoulos The interindustry model is an educational planning model that utilizes the country's input Author: G. Psacharopoulos. The primary objective of this classic work is to present a unified discussion of interindustry techniques and their empirical application. In the first section of the book the authors provide an introduction to interindustry theory, starting with the simplest input-output model and developing more complex systems by successive exstensions. The.