Reconciling Domestication Techniques, the Notion of Re-exports and Some Comments on Regional Accounting
Michael Lahr ()
Economic Systems Research, 2001, vol. 13, issue 2, 165-179
Recent work by Jackson (1998) subtly pointed out a means of forming direct input coefficient matrices from national technology that is different from that published elsewhere. In this paper, I rationalize his approach and also point out that prior approaches may still be useful in certain applications where the phenomenon of re-exports (imports that satisfy exports) are explicit in exports accounts. In the second half of this paper, I show some means of developing regional accounts, currently being used in the US, that are more elaborate than those Jackson discussed. For example, I substitute regional shares of employment with earnings shares to obtain productivity adjusted regional output. I also suggest using available regional value added and regional labour income when producing regional Use matrices.
Keywords: Regional Accounts; Commodity Industry; International Trade (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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