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The 1987 Washington State Input-Output Study (Replaces corrupted copy)


  • Robert A. Chase
  • Philip J. Bourque
  • Richard S. Conway


The study presents an input-output model of the economy of Washington State as of 1987. Industries are grouped into 62 categories for the model. The text describes the conventions used, the estimation of the gross-flows table and the derivation of various matrices useful in impact analysis. Comparisons are made with earlier similar studies of the states economy.

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  • Robert A. Chase & Philip J. Bourque & Richard S. Conway, 1993. "The 1987 Washington State Input-Output Study (Replaces corrupted copy)," Urban/Regional 9311001, EconWPA, revised 10 Nov 1993.
  • Handle: RePEc:wpa:wuwpur:9311001

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