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Regional input-output tables for Queensland, 1978/79

J. B. Morison

Regional input-output tables for Queensland, 1978/79

GRIT II, report to the Department of Commercial and Industrial Development

by J. B. Morison

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Published by University of Queensland, Department of Economics in St. Lucia .
Written in English


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Statementby J.B. Morison, G.R. West and R.C. Jensen.
ContributionsWest, G. R., Jensen, R. C., Australia. Department of Commercial and Industrial Development., University of Queensland. Department of Economics.
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Open LibraryOL13960968M

Get this from a library! Regional input-output tables for Victoria.. [R A Powell; Department of Economics, University of Queensland.]. The technique, termed the Generation of Regional Input-Output Tables (GRIT), is designed for general use in the production of regional input-output tables, and other data sources contributing towards the holistic accuracy of the table, thereby providing accurate maximisation of input-output tables within a given budget constraint."--Provided by.

Chapter 19 Updating and Adjusting the Regional Input-Output Tables Robert A. McDougall Before incorpora ting the regional input-output (I-O) tables into the global database, we update them to the data base reference year, eliminate the use category "changes in stocks", and remove the discrepancies between them and the international data sets. Research Discussion Paper February Economic Research Department. Reserve Bank of Australia. We would like to thank Emily Gitelman for her valuable contribution to earlier versions of this work. We are grateful for assistance from Michael Kouparitsas from the Australian Treasury with regard to the input-output methodology used in.

This article presents the latest available European consolidated supply, use and input-output tables for the period from to The consolidated supply, use and input-output tables are used for macro-analysis of the European Union (EU) and euro area (EA) economies. They give an annual snapshot of overall production and use of products, distinguishing 64 NACE activities and 64 products. This paper discusses the impacts of proposed development projects at Emu Park—a coastal town in Queensland, Australia—on regional economy. The input–output (IO) analysis is used to assess the economic benefits to the region. The economic impacts from the construction stage are identified. The ongoing benefits from the projects to the regional economy due to a potential increase in Cited by: 3.


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Generation of regional input-output tables for the state and regions of South Australia (GRIT 2): report to the Treasury Department, the Department of Urban and Regional Affairs and the Department of Trade and Industry / by G.R. West, J.T. Wilkinson and R.C. Jensen University of Queensland, Dept.

of Economics St. Lucia, Qld. Regional Economic Planning book. Generation of Regional Input-output Analysis. This chapter provides some of the empirical results of the application of the GRIT system Regional input-output tables for Queensland the regions and the state of Queensland, Australia.

The input–output tables and multipliers provide a sufficient empirical base for a detailed study of the spatial Author: R. Jensen, T. Mandeville, N. Karunaratne. Morison, J B, West, G R, Jensen, R C,“Regional input output tables for Queensland, / GRIT II”, report to the Department of Commercial and Industrial Development, Department of Economics, University of Queensland, Brisbane Google ScholarAuthor: J H Li Dewhurst.

GRIT is a hybrid technique for deriving regional input-output tables. Since its emergence inthe tables and the technique have been widely used by various research organizations.

During that period, however, there has been little critical appraisal of the technique or the individual steps by:On the study of regional economic structure using input-output tables / R.C. Jensen and G.R. West and G.J.D. Hewings University of Queensland, Dept. of Economics [Brisbane] Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.

Input-output tables will also have much to contribute in the future to enrich policy debate through the integration of input-output data with social and environmental data. This information and the models that they will support will allow wider commentaries on the implications of changes in the economy, society and the environment.

A regional input–output table (I–O table) is a statistical chart devised by Wassily Leontief, which summarizes the trading relationships between industries in a region or a nation. The table is prepared in nations around the world, as it can be used for a variety of analyses for purposes that range from gaining an understanding of economic Cited by: 7.

This paper reported an evaluated of a hybrid procedure in GIRIOT (Generation Inter-Regional Input-Output Table) applied for an Island economy of Indonesia. The model was then up-dated using. 45 Interregional Input–Output Models with v ¼ P -vector with the economy-wide total primary inputs of type p, that is, the row totals of the third quadrant of Fig.

Empirical analyses of mining linkages at a regional level are predominantly based on input-output tables (Aroca, ;Ejdemo and Söderholm, ;Figueiredo and Piana, ; Ivanova, ) and do. REFERENCES Baldwin et al., S. Baldwin, P. Byron, P. Hagan, J. Mangan, B. Trendle, A balancing methodology for input-output tables for Queensland and Queenslands Regions Conference of the Regional Science Association of Australia and New Zealand () University of Queensland Brisbane Blair and Miller, P.

Blair, R. Miller, Spatial Cited by: 4. JENSEN R. C., WEST G. and HEWINGS G. () The study of regional economic structure using input-output tables, Reg. Stud – This paper reports an attempt to describe economic structure using input-output tables.

The various attempts to develop holistic matrix descriptors are summarized. Analysis of the relationship between the corresponding cells of ten Cited by: An Inter-regional Input-Output Table for Queensland / GRIT III, Report to the Department of Commercial and Industrial Development, Department of Economics, University of Queensland, St.

Lucia. Based on the national input-output system for Au stria, regional make and use tables were estimated and a sector-by-sector input-output table was derived for Upper Austria and Styria.

Input-output analysis is a flexible technique capable of being used for a wide variety of applications, particularly at a regional level.

Incorporating input-output tables into a multiregional framework provides an opportunity for increasing the flexibility of the technique. Historically, very few multiregional models have been generated. This has been due to the paucity of data available at a Cited by: 4.

An Adaptive Regional Input‐Output Model and its Application to the Assessment of the Economic Cost of Katrina. Based on input‐output tables, its originalities are (1) the taking into account of sector production capacities and of both forward and backward propagations within the economic system; and (2) the introduction of adaptive.

Japan has many input-output tables, national and regional. We focus on the Nagoya metropolitan area, in which Toyota Motors is headquartered along with many industries manufacturing transport equipment, machine tools and other machinery.

This area is included in the region covered by three prefectures; Aichi, Gifu, and Mie. To construct a multi-regional input-output table from these Cited by: 7. Downloadable. This paper focuses attention on the concept of accuracy in regional input-output tables.

Two interpretations of accuracy, namely partitive and holistic accuracy, are discussed with reference to interpretation of input-output tables. Implications are drawn from recent contributions to the regional input-output literature in terms of the `reconciliation' debate and the survey.

The process of constructing a hybrid regional input-output model consists of modifying a sequence of intermediate models, with each step improving the Cited by: regional data. For better understanding in the end we apply our method on an illustrative example consisting of three regions with hypothetical sectors and data.

Keywords: input-output table, regionalization, interregional trade. Introduction The aim of current study is to introduce estimation methods of the regional input-output framework.

Gretton, P., Bobbin, I. and Horridge, M.'A users perspective on the treatment of transport activities in input-output tables and suggestions for the future', paper presented to Author: Paul Gretton.Corrections. All material on this site has been provided by the respective publishers and authors.

You can help correct errors and omissions. When requesting a correction, please mention this item's handle: RePEc:eee:ecanpo:vyipSee general information about how to correct material in RePEc. For technical questions regarding this item, or to correct its authors, title Cited by: Regional input-output tables for Queensland, / University of Queensland, Department of Economics: Report to the Department of Commercial and Industrial Development.

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