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The interindustry employment demand variable: an extension of the I-SAMIS technique for linking input - output and econometric models

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  • P Coomes
  • D Olson
  • D Glennon

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Moghadam and Ballard's I-SAMIS (integrated small-area modeling of the industrial sector) approach of linking input - output and econometric models is extended in three ways: (1) the interindustry demand variable (IDV), which incorporates input - output linkages into time-series employment equations, is modified to reflect differences in labor productivity among industries; (2) the IDVs are calculated by using a regional, rather than national, input - output model; and (3) the industry focus is broadened to include nonmanufacturing industries. The paper is concluded by a discussion of the I-SAMIS model constructed for the Louisville metropolitan area.

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  • P Coomes & D Olson & D Glennon, 1991. "The interindustry employment demand variable: an extension of the I-SAMIS technique for linking input - output and econometric models," Environment and Planning A, Pion Ltd, London, vol. 23(7), pages 1063-1068, July.
  • Handle: RePEc:pio:envira:v:23:y:1991:i:7:p:1063-1068
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    1. Shields, Martin & Deller, Steven C. & Stallmann, Judith I., 2001. "Comparing the Impacts of Retiree versus Working-Age Families on a Small Rural Region: An Application of the Wisconsin Economic Impact Modeling System," Agricultural and Resource Economics Review, Cambridge University Press, vol. 30(01), pages 20-31, April.
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    3. Martin Shields & Judith I. Stallmann & Steven C. Deller, 1999. "Simulating the Economic and Fiscal Impacts of High- and Low-Income Elderly on a Small Rural Region," The Review of Regional Studies, Southern Regional Science Association, vol. 29(2), pages 175-196, Fall.

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