A SAM-based General Equilibrium Model of the Pakistan Economy 1983-84
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Shafiq Dhanani: Agricultural Economics Unit,Oxford University,
The Pakistan Development Review, 1988, vol. 27, issue 4, 737-750
Interest in Social Accounting Matrices as extensions of input-output tables has grown tremendously in the last ten years both for the purpose of obtaining a better descriptive analysis of the many intersectoral interdependencies in an economy and of household income distribution, and as data framework for macroeconomic modelling.
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