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An alternative approach to the construction of multi-regional input–output tables of the Czech Republic: application of the CHARM method

Marek Radvanský () and Ivan Lichner ()
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Marek Radvanský: Slovak Academy of Sciences
Ivan Lichner: Slovak Academy of Sciences

Empirica, 2021, vol. 48, issue 4, No 9, 1083-1111

Abstract: Abstract The main scope of the paper is to review the construction method of (multi-)regional input–output tables (RIOTs) in the Czech Republic at the NUTS 3 regional level. We compare the estimation of regional IO tables based on a modified cross-hauling adjusted regionalisation method (CHARM) applied by the authors with application of the hybrid approach of (Sixta and Vltavská in Stat Stat Econ J 97:4–14, 2017) from the Department of Statistics at the University of Economics in Prague. The aim of the presented paper is to contribute to the discussion about the suitability of alternative methodological approaches from the perspective of quality and time. We assume that despite the lack of official, published RIOTs by state statistical offices, the existing methodology of the relatively simpler non-survey CHARM method represents an adequate option for the generation of regional input–output tables suitable for further analytical research.

Keywords: Input–output tables; Regional modelling; CHARM; Inter-regional trade flows (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: C67 C82 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2021
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DOI: 10.1007/s10663-020-09490-6

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