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Economic Systems Research

1997 - 2016

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Volume 28, issue 3, 2016

The global economic costs of the need to treat polluted water pp. 295-314 Downloads
Ignacio Cazcarro, Carlos A. López-Morales and Faye Duchin
Supply chain fragmentation, input--output tables and spillovers from foreign direct investment pp. 315-332 Downloads
Karolien Lenaerts and Bruno Merlevede
On the financial balance of input--output constructs: revisiting an axiomatic evaluation pp. 333-343 Downloads
Guillaume Majeau-Bettez, Richard Wood and Anders Hammer Strømman
Productivity change in a multisectoral economic system pp. 344-361 Downloads
Mikulas Luptacik and Bernhard Mahlberg
Spatial and sectoral characteristics of China’s international and interregional virtual water flows -- based on multi-regional input--output model pp. 362-382 Downloads
Zhuoying Zhang, Hong Yang and Minjun Shi
To RAS or not to RAS? What is the difference in outcomes in multi-regional input--output models? pp. 383-402 Downloads
Kirsten Wiebe and Manfred Lenzen
A two-sector model with target-return pricing in a stock-flow consistent framework pp. 403-427 Downloads
Jung Hoon Kim and Marc Lavoie

Volume 28, issue 2, 2016

Structural analyses of energy use and carbon emissions -- an overview pp. 119-132 Downloads
Manfred Lenzen
The impact of renewable energy diffusion on European consumption-based emissions pp. 133-150 Downloads
Kirsten Wiebe
The emission cost of international sourcing: using structural decomposition analysis to calculate the contribution of international sourcing to CO 2 -emission growth pp. 151-167 Downloads
Rutger Hoekstra, Bernhard Michel and Sangwon Suh
The role of outsourcing in driving global carbon emissions pp. 168-182 Downloads
Arunima Malik and Jun Lan
Challenges of green consumption in China: a household energy use perspective pp. 183-201 Downloads
Haiyan Zhang, Michael Lahr and Jun Bi
Structural transitions and energy use: a decomposition analysis of Portugal 1995--2010 pp. 202-223 Downloads
Zeus Guevara and João F. D. Rodrigues
Changes in China’s production-source CO 2 emissions: insights from structural decomposition analysis and linkage analysis pp. 224-242 Downloads
Ning Chang and Michael Lahr
Explaining value chain differences in MRIO databases through structural path decomposition pp. 243-272 Downloads
Anne Owen, Richard Wood, John Barrett and Andrew Evans
Can China realise its energy-savings goal by adjusting its industrial structure? pp. 273-293 Downloads
Shiwei Yu, Shuhong Zheng, Guizhi Ba and Yi-Ming Wei

Volume 28, issue 1, 2016

Matrix balancing with unknown total costs: preserving economic relationships in the electric power sector pp. 1-20 Downloads
Jeffrey C. Peters and Thomas Hertel
Evaluating the FLQ and AFLQ formulae for estimating regional input coefficients: empirical evidence for the province of Córdoba, Argentina pp. 21-37 Downloads
Anthony T. Flegg, Leonardo Mastronardi and Carlos Romero
Input--output linkages and the propagation of domestic productivity shocks: assessing alternative theories with stochastic simulation pp. 38-54 Downloads
Roberto Roson and Martina Sartori
Structural change and blurred sectoral boundaries: assessing the extent to which knowledge-intensive business services satisfy manufacturing final demand in Western countries pp. 55-77 Downloads
Daria Ciriaci and Daniela Palma
Accounting for value added embodied in trade and consumption: an intercomparison of global multiregional input--output databases pp. 78-94 Downloads
Kjartan Steen-Olsen, Anne Owen, John Barrett, Dabo Guan, Edgar G. Hertwich, Manfred Lenzen and Thomas Wiedmann
Effects of international trade on domestic employment: an application of a global multiregional input--output supermultiplier model (1995--2011) pp. 95-117 Downloads
Ferran Portella-Carbó

Volume 27, issue 4, 2015

THE LABOUR FOOTPRINT: A FRAMEWORK TO ASSESS LABOUR IN A COMPLEX ECONOMY pp. 415-439 Downloads
Jorge Gómez-Paredes, Eiji Yamasue, Hideyuki Okumura and Keiichi N. Ishihara
A METHOD TO CREATE CARBON FOOTPRINT ESTIMATES CONSISTENT WITH NATIONAL ACCOUNTS pp. 440-457 Downloads
Bram Edens, Rutger Hoekstra, Daan Zult, Oscar Lemmers, Harry Wilting and Ronghao Wu
CARBON EMISSION ACCOUNTING IN MRIO MODELS: THE TERRITORY VS. THE RESIDENCE PRINCIPLE pp. 458-477 Downloads
Arkaitz Usubiaga and José Acosta-Fernández
REFLECTIONS ON THE INOPERABILITY INPUT--OUTPUT MODEL pp. 478-486 Downloads
Erik Dietzenbacher and Ronald E. Miller
CONSTRUCTION OF MULTI-REGIONAL INPUT--OUTPUT TABLES USING THE CHARM METHOD pp. 487-507 Downloads
Johannes Többen and Tobias Kronenberg
EMPIRICAL ESTIMATION OF NON-LINEAR INPUT--OUTPUT MODELS: AN ENTROPY ECONOMETRICS APPROACH pp. 508-524 Downloads
Esteban Fernandez-Vazquez
ON THE ACCURACY OF CGE FORECASTS IN EXPANSION AND RECESSION: SPAIN 1990--1997 pp. 525-542 Downloads
Clemente Polo and Raimundo Viejo

Volume 27, issue 3, 2015

Updating Input-Output Tables with Benchmark Table Series pp. 287-305 Downloads
Huiwen Wang, Cheng Wang, Haitao Zheng, Haoyun Feng, Rong Guan and Wen Long
Global Impacts of the Automotive Supply Chain Disruption Following the Japanese Earthquake of 2011 pp. 306-323 Downloads
Iñaki Arto, Valeria Andreoni and Jose Manuel Rueda Cantuche
An Income Tax Increase to Fund Higher Education: A CGE Analysis for Chile pp. 324-344 Downloads
Cristian Mardones
Adjustment of Input-Output Tables from Two Initial Matrices pp. 345-361 Downloads
Esteban Fernández Vázquez, Geoffrey Hewings and Carmen Ramos Carvajal
A Test for a Functioning Market Economy: Seton'S Eigenprices of Turkey pp. 362-373 Downloads
Nazmi Demir, Mehmet Nihat Solakoglu and Ebru Guven Solakoglu
Changing Productive Relations, Linkage Effects, and Industrialization pp. 374-390 Downloads
Tsutomu Harada
Using Charm to Adjust for Cross-Hauling: The Case of the Province of Hubei, China pp. 391-413 Downloads
Anthony T. Flegg, Yongming Huang and Timo Tohmo

Volume 27, issue 2, 2015

UNDERSTANDING ENVIRONMENTAL RESPONSIBILITY OF CITIES AND EMISSIONS EMBODIED IN TRADE pp. 133-153 Downloads
Taelim Choi
ECONOMIC IMPLICATIONS OF POLICY RESTRICTIONS ON WATER WITHDRAWALS FROM SURFACE AND UNDERGROUND SOURCES pp. 154-171 Downloads
Carlos A. López-Morales and Faye Duchin
DEVELOPING A MULTI-SCALE MULTI-REGION INPUT-OUTPUT MODEL pp. 172-193 Downloads
Chris Bachmann, Matthew J. Roorda and Chris Kennedy
REGIONAL AND SECTORAL DISAGGREGATION OF MULTI-REGIONAL INPUT-OUTPUT TABLES - A FLEXIBLE ALGORITHM pp. 194-212 Downloads
Leonie Wenz, Sven Norman Willner, Alexander Radebach, Robert Bierkandt, Jan Christoph Steckel and Anders Levermann
WHITHER PANAMA? CONSTRUCTING A CONSISTENT AND BALANCED WORLD SUT SYSTEM INCLUDING INTERNATIONAL TRADE AND TRANSPORT MARGINS pp. 213-237 Downloads
Gerhard Streicher and Robert Stehrer
THE COMPILATION OF CHINA'S INTERREGIONAL INPUT-OUTPUT MODEL 2002 pp. 238-256 Downloads
Zhuoying Zhang, Minjun Shi and Zhao Zhao
THE EXTENDED ECONOMETRIC INPUT-OUTPUT MODEL WITH HETEROGENEOUS HOUSEHOLD DEMAND SYSTEM pp. 257-285 Downloads
Kijin Kim, Kurt Kratena and Geoffrey Hewings

Volume 27, issue 1, 2015

ASSESSING THE IMPACT OF DISTRIBUTIVE POLICIES ON THE BRAZILIAN ECONOMY USING AN SCGE MODEL pp. 1-18 Downloads
Henrique Morrone
LABOUR DEMAND IN GERMANY BY INDUSTRIAL SECTOR, OCCUPATIONAL FIELD AND QUALIFICATION UNTIL 2025 - MODEL CALCULATIONS USING THE IAB/INFORGE MODEL pp. 19-42 Downloads
Tobias Maier, Anke Mönnig and Gerd Zika
A SHOCK ABSORPTION INDEX FOR INOPERABILITY INPUT-OUTPUT MODELS pp. 43-59 Downloads
Raymond R. Tan, Kathleen B. Aviso, Michael Angelo B. Promentilla, Francesca Dianne B. Solis, Krista Danielle S. Yu and Joost R. Santos
PROCESSING TRADE BIASES THE MEASUREMENT OF VERTICAL SPECIALIZATION IN CHINA pp. 60-76 Downloads
Cuihong Yang, Erik Dietzenbacher, Jiansuo Pei, Xikang Chen, Kunfu Zhu and Zhipeng Tang
SUPPLY-USE FRAMEWORK FOR INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY ANALYSIS pp. 77-94 Downloads
Thijs ten Raa and Victoria Shestalova
COMPLEMENTARITY IN INPUT-OUTPUT ANALYSIS AND STOCHASTICS pp. 95-100 Downloads
Thijs ten Raa and Victoria Shestalova
SUBSTITUTION ELASTICITIES IN A CONSTANT ELASTICITY OF SUBSTITUTION FRAMEWORK - EMPIRICAL ESTIMATES USING NONLINEAR LEAST SQUARES pp. 101-121 Downloads
Simon Koesler and Michael Schymura
ON THE ECONOMIC INTERPRETATION OF THE BRÓDY CONJECTURE pp. 122-131 Downloads
Henryk Gurgul and Tomasz Wójtowicz
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