Income Distribution, Foreign Trade and the Value-Added Vector
AbstractWhilst input-output analysts often treat the value-added vector as a fairly simple, straightforward component of input-output studies, modern 'classical' economics tells us that it is far from simple. This will be developed, both for a closed economy and for an economy using foreign produced inputs.
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Volume (Year): 12 (2000)
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