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The Economics of Input-Output Analysis
  • T. Raa
  • Economics
  • 6 February 2006
Input-output analysis is the main tool of applied equilibrium analysis. This textbook provides a systematic survey of the most recent developments in input-output analysis and their applications,Expand
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Outsourcing of Services and the Productivity Recovery in U.S. Manufacturing in the 1980s and 1990s
Manufacturing productivity growth recovered during the 1980s and 1990s, while other sectors, particularly services, did not. In the same period U.S. manufacturing has engaged in the “outsourcing” orExpand
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An Alternative Treatment of Secondary Products in Input-Output Analysis
The United Nations System of National Accounts includes an input or "use" table U = (uij) of commodities i consumed by industries j and an output or "make" table V (vj) of industries producingExpand
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The Choice Of Model In The Construction Of Input-Output Coefficients Matrices
The construction of input-output coefficients on the basis of flow data is complicated by the presence of secondary outputs. Seven methods to deal with this problem coexist. For example, U.S.Expand
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Empirical evidence on payment media costs and switch points
Abstract This paper recovers micro cost schedules of consumers’ payment instruments from aggregate transaction costs. We assume that only two moments of the size distribution of payments matter: theExpand
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The Economics of Input-Output Analysis: Index
  • T. Raa
  • Economics, Mathematics
  • 2006
Input-output analysis is the main tool of applied equilibrium analysis. This textbook provides a systematic survey of the most recent developments in input-output analysis and their applications ,Expand
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An Alternative Treatment of Secondary Products in Input-Output Analysis: Frustration
ten Raa, Chakraborty and Small (1984) rule out industry technology based input-output coefficients in favor of a construct based on the commodity technology model. The latter, however, producesExpand
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The Growth of Service Industries: The Paradox of Exploding Costs and Persistent Demand
Problems arise if budgets for services are under constant budgetary pressure. The authors argue that budget is linked to demand and therefore price increases would seem to threaten the very existenceExpand
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The Location of Comparative Advantages on the Basis of Fundamentals Only
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We propose a new way to locate the comparative advantages of two economies linked by international trade. Expand
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A foundation of location theory: Consumer preferences and demand
Abstract Location models with a continuum of consumers have severe conceptual shortcomings. This article considers an alternative foundation for location economics. The commodity space of each of aExpand
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