Growth and Diversification of the Russian Economy in Light of Input-Output Tables
Masaaki Kuboniwa ()
No 18, RRC Working Paper Series from Russian Research Center, Institute of Economic Research, Hitotsubashi University
This paper addresses the issues of measurement of Russia's dependence on oil and gas as well its attempts for diversification with shift toward a technology-centered economy. It further develops the Russia's input-output system to provide a better understanding of these issues. First, it clarifies the extent of the GDP of the mining (oil and gas) sector in Russia by modifying the original supply and use tables. Second, it provides an analysis of the diversification attempts through development of light automobiles by extending the supply and use tables. Third, it presents an attempt of multi-sectoral growth accounting based on our estimations of capital stock, focusing on the capital and TFP (Total Factor Productivity) contributions to growth.
Keywords: Russia; oil dependence; diversification; input-output; growth accounting (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 22 p.
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