A 2007-08 social accounting matrix for Pakistan
Dario Debowicz (),
Paul Dorosh (),
Sherman Robinson () and
Syed Hamza Haider
No 1, PSSP working papers from International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI)
This paper presents the latest Social Accounting Matrix of Pakistan (SAM) for the year 2007â€“08. Our proposed approach to estimating SAMs is motivated by an information theoretic approach to estimation (Judge & Mittelhammer, 2012) that takes a Bayesian perspective on the efficient use of information: â€œUse all the information you have, but do not assume any information you do not have.â€ The methodology used to develop this SAM ensures that it is perfectly consistent with the National Accounts. The SAM includes 51 sectors of activity, 27 factors of production, and 18 household groups, allowing tracing direct and indirect effects of potential scenarios through production and consumption linkages and capture distributional effects. We illustrate the use of the SAM using a semi input-output multiplier model. Output multipliers in Pakistan, accounting for supply constraints, range between 1.1 and 1.4, and shocks to livestock and industry have the largest spillover effects.
Keywords: Social Accounting Matrix (SAM); households; Spillover (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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