NOTE ON NON-SURVEY INPUT-OUTPUT MODELS FOR MULTICOUNTY REGIONS : COMMENT

@inproceedings{Bernat2017NOTEON,
  title={NOTE ON NON-SURVEY INPUT-OUTPUT MODELS FOR MULTICOUNTY REGIONS : COMMENT},
  author={Guillem Bernat},
  year={2017}
}
Introduction Mark Henry's note1 in this Review shows that the use of the simple location quotient (SLQ) method of constructing regional and subregional 10 models may result in some of the subregional coefficients being larger than the corresponding regional coefficients. He asserts that this is an inconsistency that requires a correction. The proposed correction is to use the largest subregional SLQ for the regional SLQ whenever a subregional SLQ exceeds the regional SLQ (MAXSLQ). The purpose… CONTINUE READING

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