IO/EAM: AN IMPUT-OUTPUT ECONOMIC ASSESSMENT MODEL
Jeffrey Jordan () and
Southern Journal of Agricultural Economics, 1984, vol. 16, issue 2, 5
This paper describes a microcomputer software package, IO/EAM: An Input-Output Economic Assessment Model, which was developed at the University of Georgia through a joint extension-research effort. The package is a menu-driven, user friendly program that is designed to be used by county extension agents, researchers, and other extension personnel to estimate the economic impact of changes in county economies. The program employs an input-output model that provides users with a locally based, easily updated source of economic intelligence. Use of input-output techniques allows users to estimate the impact of changes in county economies on an industry-by-industry basis and to account for the interdependencies among these industries in a county.
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