A Regional Input-Output Model For Izmir
Input-output (I-O) tables provide a snapshot of an economy, with details on i) intersectoral exchange of intermediate inputs, ii) components of final demand for sectoral outputs, and iii) components of sectoral value added and production. The tables are generally prepared by national statistics institutes at a national level. Even though their policy and academic value are not refuted, regional tables and regional models are seldom produced. This paper presents a 36 sector regional I-O table, the 2008 IZKA (Izmir Kalkinma Ajansi, Izmir Development Agency) Izmir Table, and a model for the Izmir province of Turkey. Table construction process requires an update of the available Turkish national table. The update of the national table and the construction of the regional model are detailed. A structural analysis of the Izmir province is performed through the constructed table.
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- Kronenberg, Tobias, 2011. "Regional input-output models and the treatment of imports in the European System of Accounts," MPRA Paper 30797, University Library of Munich, Germany.
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