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Compilation of an Multi-Region Inter-Regional Input-Output Framework Table for The Vietnam’s Economy

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  • Bui Trinh

    () (Member of AREES)

  • Duong Manh Hung

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

  • Francisco T. Secretario

    () (Member of AREES)

  • Kwang Moon Kim

    () (Member of AREES, Japan)

Abstract

This paper presents a technique on compiling multi-regional input-output framework. The main objective of the research is to provide an adequate & reliable I-O database that could effectively serve as bases in the conduct of intra-regional as well as inter-regional economic and environmental studies. We also show the result of the research as annex in this paper.

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  • Bui Trinh & Duong Manh Hung & Francisco T. Secretario & Kwang Moon Kim, 2008. "Compilation of an Multi-Region Inter-Regional Input-Output Framework Table for The Vietnam’s Economy," Working Papers 31, Development and Policies Research Center (DEPOCEN), Vietnam.
  • Handle: RePEc:dpc:wpaper:3108
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    Input-Output; Multi-interregional; Vietnam;

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