Over the years the theoretical structure of input-output analysis has been refined and its applications have been widened. This three volume set presents an overview of this development and an assessment of the current state of the subject. It offers a comprehensive collection of previously published articles which present some of the most significant theoretical and empirical contributions of leading scholars to multisectoral economic analysis.
The first volume is devoted to the foundations of input-output analysis, to dynamic models and to multisectoral extensions of the multiplier principle. Volume II explores approaches to the modelling of economics and the environment, to the analysis of foreign trade and to regional and interregional economic activities. The third volume discusses the methodologies developed for the investigation of economic structures, offers an analysis of various versions of price models and investigates the problems related to the estimation of input-output data.
Edited by Heinz D. Kurz, Emeritus Professor of Economics, University of Graz and Graz Schumpeter Centre, Austria, Erik Dietzenbacher, Associate Professor of Mathematical Economics, University of Groningen, The Netherlands and Christian Lager, Assistant Professor of Economics, University of Graz, Austria
Contents: Volume I: Part I: Foundations of Input-Output Analysis PartII: Dynamic Input-output Analysis Part III: Multiplier Analysis, Extended IO-Models and Social and Demographic Accounting * Volume II: Part I: Energy and Environment Part II: Foreign Trade and International Models Part III: Regional and Interregional Models Part IV: Systems with Input and Output Matrices * Volume III: Part I: Structural Analysis Part II: Price Models Part III: Data-Related Topics