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Multi-interregional economic impact analysis based on multiinterregional input output model consisting of 7 regions of Vietnam, 2000

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  • Bui Trinh


    (Vietnam General Statistical Office - Ministry of Planning and Investment, Vietnam)

  • Mai Quynh Nga


    (National Centre for Socio-Economic Information and Forecast Ministry of Planning and Investment, Vietnam)

  • Duong Manh Hung


    (Vietnam General Statistical Office - Ministry of Planning and Investment, Vietnam)

  • Kwang Moon Kim


    (Member of AREES, Japan)

I/O model has been widely used to assess the impacts of changes in an economy, it is also an important tool to make forecasts and the results from an I/O model are very helpful in policy-making process. Many scientific findings in economics have to give credit to the I/O approach developed by Leontief and this study is none of the exceptions. This study has gone one step further to develop a new concept, economy-wide multipliers to assess the modernization process in Vietnams economy, multi-regional I/O table of 7 regions and 10 aggregated sectors in Vietnam is used for calculation.

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Paper provided by Development and Policies Research Center (DEPOCEN), Vietnam in its series Working Papers with number 12.

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Length: 31 pages
Date of creation: Jul 2007
Handle: RePEc:dpc:wpaper:1207
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