Importancia relativa de los coeficientes y las transacciones de una estructura insumo-producto
To every economy, the problem set to find is to establish which sectors are most sensitive to changes in the final demand. In this paper we derive the mathematical conditions to obtain the relative importance of an input coefficients. The method is based on the impacts of gross products before alterations on the technical coefficient. In the literature, this method is known as the “tolerable limits” method. In terms of the empiric job, the results obtained allow us to classify between important and not important input-output coefficients of the Nuevo Leon economy.
Volume (Year): X (2001)
Issue (Month): 2 (July-December)
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