Input-output analysis and economic planning: a survey
Brazilian Review of Econometrics, 1984, vol. 4, issue 1
In this paper the author surveys the literature on Input--Output Analysis and its importance to Economic Planning . The contents involves: models, policies and plans, input-output frameworks, the construction and uses of social accounting matrix, endogenous investment and dynamic forms, construction and uses of population accounting matrix, sources material for econometric models , and many others related topics.
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