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IO table containing industries and size-classes; functional design document


  • Ton Kwaak


One of the data-inputs for simulations of EIM's PRISMA-model is the input output (IO) table for the base-year of the simulation. PRISMA is an economic macro-sector model designed to produce results on SMEs in the Netherlands consistent with those produced by the current macro-sector model of CPB, Netherlands Bureau for Economic Policy Analysis. PRISMA is used for forecasting, scenario building and what-if analyses with respect to government policies and exogenous shocks. Its time horizon is 3-25 years. At present, the Dutch statistical institute does not publish an IO-table that simultaneously distinguishes firms by sector and firm size. As such a distinction is required for PRISMA it should be constructed separately. This paper presents the design of the table.

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  • Ton Kwaak, 2002. "IO table containing industries and size-classes; functional design document," Scales Research Reports N200209, EIM Business and Policy Research.
  • Handle: RePEc:eim:papers:n200209

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