Evaluating the regional economy and industrial structure using IRIO and MRIO tables for municipalities in Aichi and Okinawa prefectures
Hiroyuki Shibusawa (),
Itsuko Shimabukuro and
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Hiroyuki Shibusawa: Toyohashi University of Technology
Itsuko Shimabukuro: Okinawa International University
Ichihiro Uchida: Aichi University
Asia-Pacific Journal of Regional Science, 2019, vol. 3, issue 1, 219-245
Abstract In this paper, inter-regional and multi-regional input–output tables for municipalities in Aichi and Okinawa prefectures are estimated using a non-survey method. Regional multiplier effects, spillover effects, and feedback effects, among other related aspects, are measured using an inter-regional input–output model. A hypothetical extraction method is applied to a multi-regional input–output model and a method for assessing the importance of municipal industries is proposed. Using these metrics, we conduct a comparative analysis of the local economies of Aichi and Okinawa prefectures and the characteristics of their industrial structures. This paper offers a visual portrayal of interdependency characteristics among municipalities.
Keywords: Regional economy; Interregional and multiregional input–output tables; Multiplier analysis; Hypothetical extraction method; Spatial economic effects; R12; R15 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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