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Detection of Key Sectors within a Social Accounting Matrix (GAMS code)

  • Ferran Sancho


Income-consumption-output feedbacks may (and indeed will) alter the rank and hierarchy of key sectors detected by standard interindustry analysis. This simple example in GAMS code illustrates the methodology developed in Cardenete & Sancho, "Missing Links in Key Sectors Analysis", Economic Systems Research, 2006. The user can easily adapt the code to his/her SAM database and choice of endogenous SAM accounts.

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Software component provided by Research Group in Computation and Simulations (GRECS) in its series Grecs Computer Code with number 004.06.

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Date of creation: 10 May 2006
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Handle: RePEc:aub:grecss:004.06
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