How to Utilize Interregional Input-Output Analysis in China

  • Takeo Ihara
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Abstract

The main aim of this chapter is to call for a full appreciation of the strengths and limitations of interregional Input-Output analysis and also to make readers familiar with how it can be used to obtain some clues about regional development in China.

Keywords

Income Posit Agglomeration 

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