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Non-Survey Methods for Estimating Regional and Interregional Input-Output Multipliers

  • Nobuhiro Okamoto
  • Yaxiong Zhang
  • Kun Zhao
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Abstract

Many regional economists in China have only undertaken a descriptive analysis of the regional development problem when they approach this topic. One reason is that Input-Output analysis is not a popular method for studying regional economic features in China, and the other is that it is difficult for regional economic analysts to obtain regional input– output data. On the other hand, many Input-Output analysts in China have paid little attention to various kinds of regional development problems, and have used Input-Output frameworks only to understand the policy effects on the regional economy, rather than understanding regional economy in regional economics or in a regional science context. The two fields have barely communicated with one another. More precisely, regional economists cannot obtain the Input-Output data at the regional level and Input-Output economists have not provided a methodology to obtain Input-Output data at the regional level in China.

Keywords

Output Analysis Output Table Regional Input Location Quotient Output Multiplier 
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  • Nobuhiro Okamoto
  • Yaxiong Zhang
  • Kun Zhao

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