Application of an interindustry supply model to energy issues
AbstractAn interindustry model relating gross output to the availability of primary inputs is used to examine supply linkages associated with national energy production. The results of calculations for US data highlight the importance of extractive energy sectors in intermediate production, and identify supplying sectors that have the potential of restricting energy output. The use of this model as a means to simulate the impact of alternative energy-allocation programmes on gross output is discussed and the results of one simulation are presented.
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