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ACKNOWLEDGMENT

This research is partly funded by the National Institute for Research Advancement.


NOTES
1.
This large-scale computation was implemented using the FACOM M-380 of the University of Tsukuba.
2.
Tsukuba Science City is located 60 km northeast of Tokyo. There are two national universities, about forty-six national research laboratories, and about sixty-five private research institutes and high-technology industries.
3.
See S. Shishido et al. ( 1981). This world model covers twenty-four countries and regions with the macroeconomic variables linked by two sets of trade matrices--primary and industrial. The model was used for forecasting 1990: from this forecast an extrapolation was made for the year 2000, mostly on the basis of trends.

REFERENCES

Government of Japan. 1985. 1970-1975-1980 Link Input-Output Tables. Vols. 1 and 2. Tokyo: Government of Japan.

Jorgenson, D. W., and Z. Griliches. 1967. "The explanation of productivity change." Review of Economic Studies 34: 249-283.

Jorgenson, D. W., M. Kuroda, and M. Nishimizu. August 1985. "Japan-U.S. industry-level productivity comparison, 1960-1975." Paper presented at National Bureau or Economic Research (NBER) Conference on Research in Income and Wealth: U.S.-Japan Productivity Conference, Cambridge. Mass.

Shishido, S. , et al. 1981. Tsukuba-FAIS World Econometric Model (T-FAIS V). University of Tsukuba, Foundation of International Science and Tokyo Scientific Center-IBM, Tsukuba, Japan.

Shishido, S., et al. 1986. Studies on Long-Term International Impacts of Japan's High-Technology Industries. Foundation for Advancement of International Science, Tsukuba Science City, Japan.

Stone, R., et al. 1963. Input-Output Relationships 1954-1966. Vol. 3 of Programme for Growth. Cambridge, Department of Applied Economics. London: Chapman and Hall.

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