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The Construction of the 2010 Input-Output Tables for the Jordanian Economy and its Applications and Uses


  • Hashim Al-Ali
  • Orouba Sabbagh


Establishing a full-fledged input-output tables and carry out various impact and alternative scenarios for socio-economic development of the economy. The modelling approach is based on input-output techniques and methodologies to measure the impact of various policy and scenario alternatives, and forecasting the likely state of the economy thereafter. The model would many answering 'what if" in response of the decision makers alternative policy choices on, i.e. Taxation, subsidies, investment, wages level, energy cost, tariff, import substitution, labour market policy and labour importation, sectoral development, to mention but a few.

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  • Hashim Al-Ali & Orouba Sabbagh, 2014. "The Construction of the 2010 Input-Output Tables for the Jordanian Economy and its Applications and Uses," EcoMod2014 6523, EcoMod.
  • Handle: RePEc:ekd:006356:6523

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    Jordan; Impact and scenario analysis; Forecasting; nowcasting;
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