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Construction of Regional Input-Output Tables Using Nonsurvey Methods
Regional input-output tables are usually not constructed from survey data but are estimated using nonsurvey regionalization methods, which saves time and money. However, traditional regionalizationExpand
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The Curse of Natural Resources in the Transition Economies
The curse of natural resources is a well-documented phenomenon in developing countries. Economies that are richly endowed with natural resources tend to grow slowly. Among the transition economies ofExpand
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The impact of demographic change on energy use and greenhouse gas emissions in Germany
This paper estimates the impact of demographic change on energy use and greenhouse gas emissions in Germany. Since old people display different consumption patterns than young people, an increase inExpand
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The social return on investment in the energy efficiency of buildings in Germany
The German government has developed a variety of policy instruments intended to reduce national CO2 emissions. These instruments include a programme administered by KfW bank, which aims at improvingExpand
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Subnational multi-regional input–output tables (IOT) are important tools for studying interregional socio-economic and/or environmental interrelations that help to address a wide range of currentExpand
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Erstellung einer Input-Output-Tabelle für Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
  • Tobias Kronenberg
  • Computer Science, Economics
  • AStA Wirtschafts und Sozialstatistisches Arch.
  • 21 August 2010
The present paper describes the construction of an input-output table for Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, paying special attention to the treatment of differences in regional productivity and consumption structures. Expand
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Regional input-output models and the treatment of imports in the European System of Accounts (ESA)
Input-output models are useful tools for regional science owing to their ability to capture many of the distinguishing features of a regional economy. Since input-output tables are hard to find atExpand
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Regional input-output modelling in Germany: The case of North Rhine-Westphalia
The political system of Germany is characterized by strong federalist elements, which means that many important decisions of economic policy are made by the governments of the federal states orExpand
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Should We Worry About the Failure of the Hotelling Rule?
The continuing dependence of the global economy on fossil fuels is worrying because it imposes limits on growth due to the non-renewable nature of these resources and also contributes to globalExpand
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How to sow and reap as you go: a simple model of cyclical endogenous growth
In this paper, we present a simple endogenous growth model that allows for the occurrence of innovations that can develop into General Purpose Technologies (GPTs), which are the result of basic R&D.Expand
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