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Input-Output Tables and Some Theory of Defective Matrices

  title={Input-Output Tables and Some Theory of Defective Matrices},
  author={Mohit Arora and Deepankar Basu},
Recent developments in the theory of production networks offer interesting applications and revival of input-output analysis. Some recent papers have studied the propagation of a temporary, negative shock through an input-output network. Such analyses of shock propagation relies on eigendecomposition of relevant input-output matrices. It is well known that only diagonalizable matrices can be eigende-composed; those that are not diagonalizable, are known as defective matrices. In this paper, we… 

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