The Use of Interindustry Analysis in Development Programming

  • Hollis B. Chenery


The current efforts to promote the growth of the less developed economies have stimulated great interest in interindustry analysis, and input-output studies have been completed in more than a dozen such countries. The main purpose of this research has been to analyse development possibilities and to provide a better basis for government policy.


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