Input—Output Tables: New Options of Economic Analysis
Problems of working out input—output tables and using them in economic analysis are considered. The experience of compilation of national and regional interindustry balances in the USSR and input—output tables in market economies is estimated. Features of compilation of input—output tables basing on the SNA methodology are specified. Examples of using input—output methods for analysis of actual economic problems are presented. Proposals on compilation of regional input—output tables are formulated.
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