Towards the Compilation of a Consistent Asian International I-O Table--The Report of the General Survey on National I-O Tables--
This paper reports on the survey of the characteristic features of national input-output tables compiled by the member countries of the Asian International Input-Output Table project. In making any inter-regional tables, the presentation format of each constituent table has to be carefully studied in order to design a common adjustment rule. The survey was conducted in the period of 2003-04, with invaluable cooperation from each collaborating institution of the project. Some analytical findings are drawn from the survey results, such as the similarity between each national table and the Japanese table, the responsiveness to the 1993 SNA, and the major areas of conflict regarding the presentation format.
|Date of creation:||01 May 2005|
|Publication status:||Published in IDE Discussion Paper = IDE Discussion Paper, No. 30. 2005-05-01|
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