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Economic Systems Research

1997 - 2024

Current editor(s): Bart Los and Manfred Lenzen

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Volume 36, issue 2, 2024

Price re-interpretations of the basic IO quantity models result in the ultimate input-output equations pp. 191-200 Downloads
Jan Oosterhaven
Input-output price indexes: forgoing the Leontief and Ghosh models pp. 201-225 Downloads
Louis de Mesnard
Effective demand, wages and prices, and the multiplier pp. 226-248 Downloads
Kurt Kratena
A supply-driven model consuming simultaneously all primary inputs: unfolding analytical potential beyond the Ghosh model pp. 249-264 Downloads
Aleix Altimiras-Martin
A new alternative for matrix balancing under conflicting information pp. 265-291 Downloads
Fernando de la Torre Cuevas, Xesús Pereira and Edelmiro López-Iglesias
A new approach to the hypothetical extraction method: regional full extraction pp. 292-318 Downloads
Luis Tormo García, Paz Rico Belda, Francisco Morillas Jurado and Bernardí Cabrer-Borrás
An extension of the hypothetical extraction method: endogenous consumption and the armington treatment of imports pp. 319-335 Downloads
Ana-Isabel Guerra and Ferran Sancho

Volume 36, issue 1, 2024

When do public transport investments really matter? A CGE analysis for Türkiye pp. 1-23 Downloads
Volkan Recai Cetin
Costs of LDC graduation on market access: evidence from emerging Bangladesh pp. 24-45 Downloads
Mohammad Masudur Rahman and Anna Strutt
Regions may share factors of production, too: Implementation of topologies within the World Trade Model pp. 46-69 Downloads
Naci Dilekli, Ignacio Cazcarro and Julio Sánchez-Chóliz
The three plans by Biden: effects on economic growth and income inequality pp. 70-99 Downloads
Claudio Socci, Marcello Signorelli, Silvia D’Andrea, Stefano Deriu and Francesca Severini
A regional input-output model of the COVID-19 crisis in Italy: decomposing demand and supply factors pp. 100-130 Downloads
Severin Reissl, Alessandro Caiani, Francesco Lamperti, Tommaso Ferraresi and Leonardo Ghezzi
Who bears the indirect costs of flood risk? An economy-wide assessment of different insurance systems in Europe under climate change pp. 131-160 Downloads
Nina Knittel, Max Tesselaar, W. J. Wouter Botzen, Gabriel Bachner and Timothy Tiggeloven
Asymmetric tail risk contagion across China’s automotive industrial chain: a study based on input–output network pp. 161-190 Downloads
Ran Huang and Haixin Wang

Volume 35, issue 4, 2023

Systemic risk and macro-financial interconnectedness using an FSAM framework pp. 479-515 Downloads
Luis Pedauga, Agustin Velazquez and Elvis Hernández-Perdomo
The business accounting matrix: a proposal with an application pp. 516-540 Downloads
Casiano A. Manrique-de-Lara-Peñate and José J. Déniz-Mayor
Assessing employment benefits from trade: US-Mexico trade under NAFTA pp. 541-565 Downloads
Raúl Vázquez-López
Processing trade in Chinese interregional input–output tables: construction and application pp. 566-585 Downloads
Yuwan Duan, Erik Dietzenbacher, Bart Los and Cuihong Yang
Measuring what matters in value-added trade pp. 586-613 Downloads
Alessandro Borin and Michele Mancini
Poverty and the functional distribution of income in the input–output framework: in pursuit of strategies for inclusive growth pp. 614-633 Downloads
Tânia Moreira Alberti, Kênia de Souza and Alexandre Porsse
Estimating disguised unemployment in major middle-income countries by means of non-linear input–output analysis, 2000–2014 pp. 634-657 Downloads
Pablo R. Liboreiro
Fuzzy cognitive model of agricultural economic growth pp. 658-680 Downloads
Marina Yegorovna Anokhina

Volume 35, issue 3, 2023

Microdata selection for estimating household consumption-based emissions pp. 325-353 Downloads
Lena Kilian, Anne Owen, Andy Newing and Diana Ivanova
Who will dominate the global fossil fuel trade? pp. 354-375 Downloads
Ershad Ostadzadeh, Amin Elshorbagy, Marta Tuninetti, Francesco Laio and Ahmed Abdelkader
Beyond production and consumption: using throughflows to untangle the virtual trade of externalities pp. 376-396 Downloads
Timothé Beaufils, Etienne Berthet, Hauke Ward and Leonie Wenz
Trade heterogeneity and virtual water exports of China pp. 397-416 Downloads
Huiwen Liu, Huibin Du, Zengkai Zhang, Huimin Wang, Kunfu Zhu, Yaling Lu and Xi Liu
Managing lead (Pb) emissions in China from the perspective of final demand pp. 417-437 Downloads
Ruoqi Li, Wenjun Wu, Wei Zhang, Yuanchun Zhou, Hongqiang Jiang, Yaling Lu, Cuiyang Feng, Jinnan Wang, Miaomiao Liu, Jun Bi, Yu Liu, Hongkuan Zang and Yuli Shan
Income and investment, not energy policy, are driving GHG emission intensities pp. 438-457 Downloads
Joel Bruneau, Madanmohan Ghosh, Deming Luo and Yunfa Zhu
Consumption structure optimization for reducing energy footprint pp. 458-477 Downloads
Meihui Jiang, Cai Suo, Liangpeng Wu and Peter Berrill

Volume 35, issue 2, 2023

Identifying labour market bottlenecks in the energy transition: a combined IO-matching analysis pp. 157-182 Downloads
Maureen Lankhuizen, Dario Diodato, Anet Weterings, Olga Ivanova and Mark Thissen
Productive linkages in a segmented economy: the role of services in the export performance of German manufacturing pp. 183-210 Downloads
Daniel Herrero and Adrián Rial
The role of imported intermediates in productivity change pp. 211-227 Downloads
Enrique Gilles, Javier Deaza and Alejandro Vivas
Modelling the spatial and sectoral benefits of productivity enhancing innovations using a transport oriented multiregional IO framework: the ‘megatruck’ in Spain pp. 228-264 Downloads
José Zofío, Julio González, Angel Prieto and Juan Vicente
Upgrading low value-added activities in global value chains: a functional specialisation approach pp. 265-291 Downloads
Aleksandra Kordalska and Magdalena Olczyk
Measuring trade in value added: how valid is the proportionality assumption? pp. 292-300 Downloads
Arianto Patunru and Prema-chandra Athukorala
Welfare impacts of a negative income tax on regions of Brazil pp. 301-323 Downloads
Rayan Wolf, Angelo Gurgel, Leonardo C. B. Cardoso, Ian M. Trotter, Marcos S. Nazareth and Erly C. Teixeira

Volume 35, issue 1, 2023

Consumer preferences in CGE models when data are scarce: comparing the linear expenditure and the indirect addilog systems pp. 1-29 Downloads
Paul de Boer, Jan van Daal and João F. D. Rodrigues
Stochastic simulation with informed rotations of Gaussian quadratures pp. 30-48 Downloads
Davit Stepanyan, Georg Zimmermann and Harald Grethe
An interregional input–output analysis with the Eaton–Kortum model pp. 49-74 Downloads
Ryo Itoh and Kiyoshi Yonemoto
Multi-level comparisons of input–output tables using cross-entropy indicators pp. 75-94 Downloads
Muhammad Daaniyall Abd Rahman, Bart Los, Anne Owen and Manfred Lenzen
Disaggregating input–output tables by the multidimensional RAS method: a case study of the Czech Republic pp. 95-117 Downloads
Vladimír Holý and Karel Šafr
A new empirical contribution to an old theoretical puzzle: what input–output matrix properties tells us about equilibrium prices and quantities pp. 118-135 Downloads
Anwar Shaikh, Luiza Nassif-Pires and José Alejandro Coronado
Filter methods for MRIO tables: an evaluation pp. 136-155 Downloads
Markus Simbürger

Volume 34, issue 4, 2022

Large-scale multinational shocks and international trade: a non-zero-sum game pp. 383-409 Downloads
Rossella Bardazzi and Leonardo Ghezzi
How thick is your armour? Measuring economic resilience to shocks in global production networks pp. 410-439 Downloads
Yoshihiro Hashiguchi, Norihiko Yamano and Colin Webb
A scenario-based method for projecting multi-regional input–output tables pp. 440-468 Downloads
Timothé Beaufils and Leonie Wenz
Who’s afraid of Virginia Wu? US employment footprints and self-sufficiency pp. 469-490 Downloads
Timon Bohn, Steven Brakman and Erik Dietzenbacher
Peasant farmers and pandemics: the role of seasonality and labor-leisure trade-off decisions in economy-wide models pp. 491-518 Downloads
Arndt Feuerbacher, Scott McDonald and Karen Thierfelder
Entropy-based Chinese city-level MRIO table framework pp. 519-544 Downloads
Heran Zheng, Johannes Többen, Erik Dietzenbacher, Daniel Moran, Jing Meng, Daoping Wang and Dabo Guan

Volume 34, issue 3, 2022

Energy efficiency and rebound effects in German industry – evidence from macroeconometric modeling pp. 253-272 Downloads
Christian Lutz, Maximilian Banning, Lara Ahmann and Markus Flaute
Simultaneous supply and demand constraints in input–output networks: the case of Covid-19 in Germany, Italy, and Spain pp. 273-293 Downloads
Anton Pichler and J. Farmer
Revealing embedded carbon emissions within the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership pp. 294-319 Downloads
Syeda Tasnia Hasan, Michael O. Wood and Simron Singh
Aggregation error of the material footprint: the case of the EU pp. 320-342 Downloads
Jan Weinzettel
The true cost of trade among neighbors: the role of Japanese imports in waste generation in China pp. 343-366 Downloads
Makiko Tsukui, Chen Lin, Kaiyan Ji and Xiaoliang Lang
Regional CO2 emissions and cross-boundary mitigation potential in China pp. 367-382 Downloads
Ning Chang and Chaohui Han

Volume 34, issue 2, 2022

How will natural gas market reforms affect carbon marginal abatement costs? Evidence from China pp. 129-150 Downloads
Hong-Dian Jiang, Mei-Mei Xue, Kang-Yin Dong and Qiao-Mei Liang
Structural components of income growth: an application to the evolution of the Spanish economy, 1980–2014 pp. 151-166 Downloads
Julio Sánchez Chóliz, Rosa Duarte and Sofía Jiménez
How large is the corporate tax base erosion and profit shifting? A general equilibrium approach pp. 167-198 Downloads
María T. Álvarez-Martínez, Salvador Barrios, Diego d'Andria, Maria Gesualdo, Gaëtan Nicodème and Jonathan Pycroft
Multi-perspective structural analysis of supply chain networks pp. 199-214 Downloads
Tesshu Hanaka, Keiichiro Kanemoto and Shigemi Kagawa
Export-sustained employment: accounting for exporter-heterogeneity in input–output tables pp. 215-233 Downloads
Bernhard Michel and Caroline Hambÿe
Multi-dynamic interregional input-output shift-share: model, theory and application pp. 234-251 Downloads
Claudia V. Montanía and Sandy Dall’erba

Volume 34, issue 1, 2022

Economic and environmental impacts of decarbonisation through a hybrid MRIO multiplier-accelerator model pp. 1-21 Downloads
Óscar Dejuán, Ferran Portella-Carbó and Mateo Ortiz
Linking multisectoral economic models and consumption surveys for the European Union pp. 22-40 Downloads
Ignacio Cazcarro, Antonio Amores, Inaki Arto and Kurt Kratena
Tax reforms in Spain: efficiency levels and distributional patterns pp. 41-68 Downloads
Ana-Isabel Guerra, Laura Varela-Candamio and Jesus Lopez-Rodriguez
Global value chains and labour markets – simultaneous analysis of wages and employment pp. 69-96 Downloads
Sabina Szymczak and Joanna Wolszczak-Derlacz
The role of allocation of retail trade margins across household segments on their carbon footprint calculation pp. 97-110 Downloads
Radomír Mach, Milan Ščasný and Jan Weinzettel
Hypothetical extraction, betweenness centrality, and supply chain complexity pp. 111-128 Downloads
Shohei Tokito, Shigemi Kagawa and Tesshu Hanaka
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