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A Detailed Input-Output Table for Morocco, 1990

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  • Maurizio Bussolo
  • David Roland-Holst

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This paper reports on the construction of an Input-Output table for the economy of Morocco. The table is calibrated to the year 1990 and details the interactions between 133 primary, manufacturing, and service sectors, relying on a combination of a more aggregate table estimated by the Moroccan government and detailed data from official sources. This table will form the core of a detailed social accounting matrix (SAM) currently under construction as part of the same work programme. Ultimately, the SAM will be incorporated into a general equilibrium model, to be used cooperatively by the Development Centre, the Moroccan government, and the World Bank for trade and resource policy analysis. This report describes in detail the construction of the Input-Output table, presents the table in its entirety, and provides some preliminary multiplier estimates elucidating the links between Moroccan agriculture and the rest of the economy ... Ce document décrit l'élaboration d'un tableau entrées/sorties de l'économie du Maroc. Basé sur une combinaison provenant d'un tableau plus général établi par le gouvernement marocain et sur des données détaillées issues de sources officielles, le tableau se réfère à l'année 1990 et montre les interactions se produisant dans 133 domaines répartis entre les secteurs primaires, industriels et des services. Ce tableau sera l'élément essentiel d'une matrice de comptabilité sociale (MCS) détaillée et actuellement en cours d'élaboration dans le cadre de ce programme de travail. Finalement, la MCS sera intégrée dans un modèle d'équilibre général, utilisé conjointement par le Centre de Développement, le gouvernement marocain et la Banque mondiale, pour l'analyse des politiques relatives aux échanges et aux ressources. Ce document présente le tableau dans son intégralité et fournit quelques estimations préliminaires des multiplicateurs qui éclairent les liens entre l'agriculture marocaine et ...

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Paper provided by OECD Publishing in its series OECD Development Centre Working Papers with number 90.

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Date of creation: Nov 1993
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Handle: RePEc:oec:devaaa:90-en

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  1. Lofgren, Hans, 1999. "Trade reform and the poor in Morocco: a rural-urban general equilibrium analysis of reduced protection," TMD discussion papers 38, International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI).
  2. Lofgren, Hans & Doukkali, Rachid & Serghini, Hassan & Robinson, Sherman, 1997. "Rural development in Morocco: alternative scenarios to the year 2000," TMD discussion papers 17, International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI).

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