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ESSAM General Equilibrium Model: Estimation of 2005/06 Input-Output Tables

  • Adolf Stroombergen



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    This paper describes the compilation of a preliminary input-output able for 2005/06 for use in the ESSAM (Energy Substitution, Social Accounting Matrix) general equilibrium model. A more accurate update is expected to be undertaken in 2009/10 with the envisaged release by Statistics New Zealand of an official set of input-output tables for 2005/06. The last official set of input-output tables produced by SNZ relates to 1995/96. The updating process comprised four main phases: 1. Analysis in the SNA Data Laboratory 2. Balancing of the input-output table 3. Re-aggregation of industries 4. Update to 2005/06 Associated data tables are available for download from Please advise when you download this data.

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    Paper provided by Motu Economic and Public Policy Research in its series Working Papers with number 08_01.

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    Length: 10 pages
    Date of creation: Apr 2008
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    Handle: RePEc:mtu:wpaper:08_01
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