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driven model analogous to Stone's partitioned demand-driven model, discussed previously, can partially alleviate this concern. This formulation, developed by Davis and Salkin ( 1984), involves the use of allocation coefficients throughout while allowing the final demands for unconstrained sectors to be fixed (see Cronin [ 1984] for a classification and test of hybrid models, and Mizrahi [ 1989] for a theoretical and empirical examination of them). Our conclusions apply to such modified versions of the allocation model as well.

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