Advances in Input-Output Analysis: Technology, Planning, and Development

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Contents
Contributors , ix
1. Introduction , 3
WILLIAM PETERSON
I THEORETICAL DEVELOPMENTS IN INPUT-OUTPUT ANALYSIS
2. On the Mathematical Transformation of Input-Output Matrices over Time or Space, 17
A. GHOSH
3. The Absolute and Relative Joint Stability of Input-Output Production and Allocation Coefficients, 25
CHIA-YON CHEN AND ADAM ROSE
II THE COMPILATION OF INPUT-OUTPUT TABLES
4. Considerations on Revising Input-Output Concepts in the System of National Accounts and the European System of Integrated Economic Accounts, 39
CARSTEN STAHMER
5. The Simultaneous Compilation of Current Price and Deflated Input-Output Tables, 53
S. DE BOER AND G. BROESTERHUIZEN
III INPUT-OUTPUT AND THE ANALYSIS OF TECHNICAL PROGRESS
6. Technical Progress in an Input-Output Framework with Special Reference to Japan's High-Technology Industries69
SHUNTARO SHISHIDO, KIYO HARADA, AND YUJI MATSUMURA
7. Explaining Cost Differences Between Germany, Japan, and the United States, 108
SHINICHIRO NAKAMURA
8. Price Behavior with Vintage Capital , 121
P. N. MATHUR
9. Input-Output, Technical Change, and Long Waves , 137
E. FONTELA AND A. PULIDO
10. Private-Led Technical Change in Prewar Japanese Agriculture , 149
SHIN NAGATA

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