Emerging Challenges in Regional Input-Output Analysis
AbstractThe changing interests and focus of research in the field of regional input-output analysis is examined. After reviewing some of the recent trends and suggesting the tenor of the prevailing philosophy in the field, attention is focused on three, interdependent emerging trends. These are characterized as (1) the conceptualization of input-output within the traditions of econometric analysis; (2) the integration of input-output with other regional and interregional models and (3) attempts to link input-output analysis with regional growth and development theory. Copyright Annals of Regional Science 1988
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Volume (Year): 22 (1988)
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- Geoffrey Hewings & Rodney Jensen, 1988. "Emerging challenges in regional input-output analysis," The Annals of Regional Science, Springer, vol. 22(1), pages 43-53, February.
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