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

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Contributors
S. DE BOER
Central Bureau of Statistics
Voorburg, The Netherlands
YOSHIKO KIDO
Social Development Research Institute
Tokyo, Japan
G. BROESTERHUIZEN
Central Bureau of Statistics
Voorburg, The Netherlands
JACOB KOL
Department of Economics
Erasmus University
Rotterdam, The Netherlands
CHIA-YON CHEN
Department of Mining and Petroleum
Engineering
National Cheng Kung University
Tainan, Taiwan
P. N. MATHUR
Department of Economics
University College of Wales
Aberystwyth, Wales
E. FONTELA
Department of Economics
University of Geneva
Geneva, Switzerland
YUJI MATSUMURA
Department of Economics
University of Tsukuba
Tsukuba, Japan
A. GOSH
Department of Economics
Jadavpur University
Calcutta, India
G. MOLNAR
Institute of Economics
Budapest, Hungary
A. G. GRANBERG
U.S.S.R. Academy of Sciences Novosibirsk, Soviet Union
SHIN NAGATA
Department of Economics
University of Hokkaido
Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan
L. HALPERN
Institute of Economics
Budapest, Hungary
SHINICHIRO NAKAMURA
Department of Economics
Waseda University
Tokyo, Japan
FUMIMASA HAMADA
Department of Economics
Keio University
Tokyo, Japan
D. P. PAL
Department of Economics
University of Kalyani
Kalyani, India
KIYO HARADA
Foundation for Advancement of International Sciences Tokyo, Japan

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