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Economic Systems Research

1997 - 2019

Current editor(s): Bart Los and Manfred Lenzen

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Volume 31, issue 2, 2019

Approaches to solving China’s marine plastic pollution and CO2 emission problems pp. 143-157 Downloads
Chen Lin and Shinichiro Nakamura
Levelling the playing field for EU biomass usage pp. 158-177 Downloads
George Philippidis, Heleen Bartelings, John Helming, Robert M’barek, Edward Smeets and Hans van Meijl
Energy and CO2 emission relationships in the NAFTA trading bloc: a multi-regional multi-factor energy input–output approach pp. 178-205 Downloads
Zeus Guevara, Edmundo Molina-Pérez, Edith X. M. García and Vanessa Pérez-Cirera
The raw material basis of global value chains: allocating environmental responsibility based on value generation pp. 206-227 Downloads
Pablo Piñero, Martin Bruckner, Hanspeter Wieland, Eva Pongrácz and Stefan Giljum
The shared environmental responsibility principle: new developments applied to the case of marine ecosystems pp. 228-247 Downloads
M. Cordier, T. Poitelon and W. Hecq
Industrial clusters with substantial carbon-reduction potential pp. 248-266 Downloads
Keiichiro Kanemoto, Tesshu Hanaka, Shigemi Kagawa and Keisuke Nansai
Carbon taxes and the double dividend hypothesis in a recursive-dynamic CGE model for Spain pp. 267-284 Downloads
Jaume Freire-González and Mun Ho

Volume 31, issue 1, 2019

Measurement of reciprocity in a village through social networks pp. 1-20 Downloads
Soulixay Hongsakhone and Masaru Ichihashi
Taxing air pollutants and carbon individually or jointly: results from a CGE model enriched by an emission abatement sector pp. 21-43 Downloads
Olga Kiuila, Anil Markandya and Milan Ščasný
Bayesian estimation of labor demand by age: theoretical consistency and an application to an input–output model pp. 44-69 Downloads
Kijin Kim and Geoffrey Hewings
Neutral carbon tax and environmental targets in Brazil pp. 70-91 Downloads
Paula Carvalho Pereda, Andrea Lucchesi, Carolina Policarpo Garcia and Bruno Toni Palialol
Gender policy and female employment: a CGE model for Italy pp. 92-113 Downloads
Francesca Severini, Francesco Felici, Noemi Ferracuti, Rosita Pretaroli and Claudio Socci
Development of environmentally extended social accounting matrices for policy analysis in Alberta pp. 114-131 Downloads
Jason Hawkins and J. D. Hunt
The use–make framework and the derivation of functional forms in production theory pp. 132-141 Downloads
Thijs ten Raa

Volume 30, issue 3, 2018

Applicability of a spatial computable general equilibrium model to assess the short-term economic impact of natural disasters pp. 289-312 Downloads
Yoshio Kajitani and Hirokazu Tatano
On the need to compensate the compensating variation in CGE modeling pp. 313-322 Downloads
Ana-Isabel Guerra and Ferran Sancho
An input–output model of exchange-rate pass-through pp. 323-336 Downloads
Osman Aydoğuş, Çağaçan Değer, Elif Tunalı Çalışkan and Gülçin Günal
Intercountry feedback and spillover effects within the international supply and use framework: a Bayesian perspective pp. 337-358 Downloads
Umed Temursho (Temurshoev)
An examination of national supply-chain flow time pp. 359-379 Downloads
Douglas S. Thomas and Anand M. Kandaswamy
Deunionization and job polarization – a macroeconomic model analysis for a small open economy pp. 380-399 Downloads
Thomas von Brasch, Marit Linnea Gjelsvik and Victoria Sparrman
Factors driving sectoral and occupational employment changes during the Spanish boom (1995–2005) pp. 400-421 Downloads
Rafa Madariaga
Promoting investment in the Turkish construction sector: a structural path analysis pp. 422-438 Downloads
Gulay Gunluk-Senesen, Tolga Kaya and Umit Senesen

Volume 30, issue 2, 2018

A flow of funds analysis of the US quantitative easing pp. 137-177 Downloads
Kazusuke Tsujimura and Masako Tsujimura
Why has China’s vertical specialization declined? pp. 178-200 Downloads
Yuwan Duan, Erik Dietzenbacher, Xuemei Jiang, Xikang Chen and Cuihong Yang
Who pays for whom? Elements of a macroeconomic approach to income inequality pp. 201-218 Downloads
Utz-Peter Reich
How do interregional spillovers influence the distribution of technology? The case of Chinese manufacturing pp. 219-237 Downloads
Xuemei Jiang, Xiaolin Lu and Jian Xu
A model of intersectoral flow of technology using technology and innovation flow matrices pp. 238-251 Downloads
Tsutomu Harada
Assessment of European Use tables at basic prices and valuation matrices in the absence of official data pp. 252-270 Downloads
José Rueda-Cantuche, Antonio Amores, Joerg Beutel and Isabelle Remond-Tiedrez
Incorporating data quality improvement into supply–use table balancing pp. 271-288 Downloads
Martin C. Serpell

Volume 30, issue 1, 2018

International trade, pollution, and economic structure: evidence on CO2 emissions for the North and the South pp. 1-17 Downloads
Vinicius A. Vale, Fernando S. Perobelli and Ariaster B. Chimeli
Final production-based emissions of regions in China pp. 18-36 Downloads
Sai Liang, Yafei Wang, Chao Zhang, Ming Xu, Zhifeng Yang, Weidong Liu, Hongguang Liu and Anthony S.F. Chiu
Why do some economies benefit more from climate finance than others? A case study on North-to-South financial flows pp. 37-60 Downloads
María Victoria Román, Iñaki Arto and Alberto Ansuategi
Structural production layer decomposition: a new method to measure differences between MRIO databases for footprint assessments pp. 61-84 Downloads
Hanspeter Wieland, Stefan Giljum, Martin Bruckner, Anne Owen and Richard Wood
De-industrialization and comparative advantage in the global value chain pp. 85-104 Downloads
Michael Peneder and Gerhard Streicher
The opportunity costs of commuting: the value of a commuting satellite account framework with an example from Lisbon Metropolitan Area pp. 105-119 Downloads
João-Pedro Ferreira, Pedro Ramos, Luís Cruz and Eduardo Barata
Some remarks on a social network approach to identifying key sectors pp. 120-135 Downloads
Henryk Gurgul and Łukasz Lach

Volume 29, issue 4, 2017

Drivers of change in the European youth employment: a comparative structural decomposition analysis pp. 463-485 Downloads
Andre Carrascal Incera
Financial Social Accounting Matrix: a useful tool for understanding the macro-financial linkages of an economy pp. 486-508 Downloads
Henry Aray, Luis Pedauga and Agustín Velázquez
Allowing for uncertainty in exogenous shocks to CGE models: the case of a new renewable energy sector pp. 509-527 Downloads
Euan Phimister and Deborah Roberts
The weak linkages between processing exports and the internal economy. The Mexican case pp. 528-540 Downloads
Gerardo Fujii-Gambero and Rosario Cervantes-Martínez
Choosing among alternative technologies: conditions for assuring the feasibility of an input–output database or scenario pp. 541-556 Downloads
Faye Duchin and Stephen H. Levine
A general weighted least squares approach for the projection of input–output tables pp. 557-565 Downloads
Aurélien Poissonnier
Editorial Board pp. ebi-ebi Downloads
The Editors

Volume 29, issue 3, 2017

Disaggregating input–output tables in time: the temporal input–output framework pp. 313-334 Downloads
Andre Avelino
The role of primary processing in the supply risks of critical metals pp. 335-356 Downloads
Keisuke Nansai, Kenichi Nakajima, Sangwon Suh, Shigemi Kagawa, Yasushi Kondo, Wataru Takayanagi and Yosuke Shigetomi
Australia's regional innovation systems: inter-industry interaction in innovative activities in three Australian territories pp. 357-384 Downloads
Marlies H. Schütz
The impact of R&D on factor-augmenting technical change – an empirical assessment at the sector level pp. 385-417 Downloads
Zuzana Smeets Kristkova, Cornelis Gardebroek, Michiel van Dijk and Hans van Meijl
A note on distortions from estimating the regional impacts of exogenous changes in output pp. 418-429 Downloads
Cheol-Joo Cho
Increase of electricity price and energy efficiency: analysis using the macroeconomic interindustry model of Taiwan pp. 430-451 Downloads
Yu-Wen Su, Hao-Yen Yang and Chih-Hsun Lin
On the limited usability of the inoperability IO model pp. 452-461 Downloads
Jan Oosterhaven

Volume 29, issue 2, 2017

Virtual laboratories and MRIO analysis – an introduction pp. 143-157 Downloads
Arne Geschke and Michalis Hadjikakou
The Global MRIO Lab – charting the world economy pp. 158-186 Downloads
Manfred Lenzen, Arne Geschke, Muhammad Daaniyall Abd Rahman, Yanyan Xiao, Jacob Fry, Rachel Reyes, Erik Dietzenbacher, Satoshi Inomata, Keiichiro Kanemoto, Bart Los, Daniel Moran, Hagen Schulte in den Bäumen, Arnold Tukker, Terrie Walmsley, Thomas Wiedmann, Richard Wood and Norihiko Yamano
A flexible adaptation of the WIOD database in a virtual laboratory pp. 187-208 Downloads
Muhammad Daaniyall Abd Rahman, Bart Los, Arne Geschke, Yanyan Xiao, Keiichiro Kanemoto and Manfred Lenzen
The Virtual IELab – an exercise in replicating part of the EXIOBASE V.2 production pipeline in a virtual laboratory pp. 209-233 Downloads
Rachel C. Reyes, Arne Geschke, Arjan de Koning, Richard Wood, Tatyana Bulavskaya, Konstantin Stadler, Hagen Schulte in den Bäumen and Arnold Tukker
A new sub-national multi-region input–output database for Indonesia pp. 234-251 Downloads
Futu Faturay, Manfred Lenzen and Kunta Nugraha
An industrial ecology virtual framework for policy making in China pp. 252-274 Downloads
Yafei Wang
New multi-regional input–output databases for Australia – enabling timely and flexible regional analysis pp. 275-295 Downloads
Manfred Lenzen, Arne Geschke, Arunima Malik, Jacob Fry, Joe Lane, Thomas Wiedmann, Steven Kenway, Khanh Hoang and Andrew Cadogan-Cowper
An input–output virtual laboratory in practice – survey of uptake, usage and applications of the first operational IELab pp. 296-312 Downloads
Thomas Wiedmann

Volume 29, issue 1, 2017

On the simultaneous estimation of physical and monetary commodity flows pp. 1-24 Downloads
Johannes Többen
Improving footprint calculations of small open economies: combining local with multi-regional input–output tables pp. 25-47 Downloads
Maarten Christis, Theo Geerken, An Vercalsteren and Karl C. Vrancken
Measuring China’s domestic production networks through Trade in Value-added perspectives pp. 48-65 Downloads
Bo Meng, Yong Fang, Jiemin Guo and Yaxiong Zhang
Identifying hubs and spokes in global supply chains using redirected trade in value added pp. 66-81 Downloads
Arjan Lejour, Hugo Rojas-Romagosa and Paul Veenendaal
Sectoral co-movements of employment growth at regional level pp. 82-104 Downloads
Marco Capasso, Koen Frenken and Tania Treibich
Identifying critical supply chain paths and key sectors for mitigating primary carbonaceous PM mortality in Asia pp. 105-123 Downloads
Fumiya Nagashima, Shigemi Kagawa, Sangwon Suh, Keisuke Nansai and Daniel Moran
CES and Translog parameter estimates in a SAM-based regional general equilibrium framework pp. 124-141 Downloads
Guido Ferrari and Luca Secondi
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