structure of the 1966 input-output table of the Soviet Union in basic matrix forms
Read Online
Share

structure of the 1966 input-output table of the Soviet Union in basic matrix forms by James W. Gillula

  • 724 Want to read
  • ·
  • 85 Currently reading

Published by [Duke University Center for International Studies] in Durham, N.C .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Soviet Union.

Subjects:

  • Industrial statistics -- Soviet Union.,
  • Input-output tables -- Soviet Union.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Bibliography: leaves 49-50.

Statement[by] James W. Gillula.
SeriesOccasional papers on Soviet input-output analysis,, [2]
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHC336.24 .G55
The Physical Object
Pagination50 l.
Number of Pages50
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5434417M
LC Control Number73082153

Download structure of the 1966 input-output table of the Soviet Union in basic matrix forms

PDF EPUB FB2 MOBI RTF

for the years ,, and In addition, the table was updated to and the table was updated to Although U.S. input-output tables for and were developed by Wassily Leontief (see The Structure of American Economy , New York: Oxford University Press, ), these tables were not integrated into the File Size: 4MB. SOVIET STUDIES, vol. XLI, no. 3, July , A NOTE ON THE ORIGINS OF INPUT-OUTPUT ANALYSIS AND THE CONTRIBUTION OF THE EARLY SOVIET ECONOMISTS: CHAYANOV, BOGDANOV AND KRITSMAN BY A. A. BELYKH INPUT-OUTPUT analysis plays so important a role in modern economics that its history deserves thorough study. The point made by this paper is quite simple: the input-output tables of the centrally planned economies, and in particular of the Soviet Union, systematically concealed an . tables on the basis of the input-output coefficients of Russian tables. The research is based on the comparative analysis of the Russian symmetric “Input-Output” table and the corresponding regional table, composed on the basis of a one-time survey of the production cost structure on production of commodities and services.

1. Introduction. Since the pioneer works of Leontief (, , ) input–output economics became one of the most important branches in economic science. Along with this development, there was an impressive improvement of computers. On one side, this enabled the construction of extremely complex mathematical by: 3. His Nobel Prize in was awarded for his work on input-output studies. Input-output analysis is a technique for determining how various sectors of the economy interact. Leontief's first input-output table consisted of a sector model of the U.S. economy arranged in the form of a matrix, with columns and rows for each of the sectors. tables were the input-output table, output-mix table, table of trade and transportation margins, input-output coefficient matrix, Leontief inverse matrix and imports matrix. Supply and Use Tables The SNA’93 and ESA’95 provide a comprehensive framework on File Size: KB. Unit: Output of Electricity Mil. kWh

First, the essence of an input-output table is explained, followed by an explanation of the basic framework of an input-output model and its application for environmental analysis.   This paper addresses the question whether the results of input-output (IO) impact analyses differ (and to what extent) when a framework in current prices or in constant prices is used. We consider the effect of an exogenous stimulus of final demand in current prices on (a) gross output in constant prices, and (b) employment. In an empirical application to Denmark, Cited by: English imports of Soviet oil products made up about per cent of England's total oil imports and per cent of imports of those varieties of oil imported from the Soviet Union. The value of Soviet oil exports in , rubles, . First published in , this book offered a fresh analysis of the problems faced by the Soviet economy by focussing on the key issues in the economic planning system. David Dyker considers the available options for reform during the s and the most likely developments.