The input-output model, use and design in the analyzes of regional economy: The case of Nuevo Leon

  • Vicente Germán Soto Centro de Investigaciones Socioeconómicas - Universidad Autónoma de Coahuila
Keywords: input-output models, 1993 matrix

Abstract

This paper discusses issues related to the development of input-output models in the regional area. The methodology involves the conversion of a national table to a regional, by using estimation techniques. The data source is employment and the national matrix 1993. The use of the resulting matrix is based on the impact of linkage between economic sectors, highlighting, among others, basic iron and steel industries and financial services. However, the proposed structure along with impact analysis can only be seen as a first step in a more realistic tool.

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Published
01-07-2000
How to Cite
Germán SotoV. (2000). The input-output model, use and design in the analyzes of regional economy: The case of Nuevo Leon. Estudios Económicos, 15(2), 281-309. https://doi.org/10.24201/ee.v15i2.212
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