Production Linkages Between Informal and Formal Activities Considering Domestic and Imported Inputs: An Application of the Minimal-Flow-Analysis Method to Senegal
We apply to the Senegalese input-output matrix of 1990, disagregated into formal and informal activities, a recently designed structural analytical method (Minimal-Flow-Analysis) which permits to depict the direct and indirect production likanges existing between activities.
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