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Rasmussen, Chenery and Watanabe, and labour-based multiplier analysis and sensitivity analysis of input coefficients for Spain in 2009


  • María Teresa Fernández Fernández
  • Juan Luis Santos


In this paper we identify the key sectors of the Spanish economy with the last input-output available data following the approaches by Rasmussen and by Chenery and Watanabe. We also calculate labour-based multipliers and sensitivity of input coefficients and we compare the results in order to present useful advice for sector policies.

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  • María Teresa Fernández Fernández & Juan Luis Santos, 2015. "Rasmussen, Chenery and Watanabe, and labour-based multiplier analysis and sensitivity analysis of input coefficients for Spain in 2009," Working Papers 02/15, Instituto Universitario de Análisis Económico y Social.
  • Handle: RePEc:uae:wpaper:0215

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