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2018 | nr 37 | 36
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Generation of regional input-output tables: a spatial econometric approach with illustrative simulations for France, Germany and Poland

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This paper investigates the construction of multisector-multiregion input-output tables by using spatial econometric methods. I demonstrate that, under reasonable assumptions, the problem of finding Leontief's technical coecients can be formulated as a modified multi-equation spatial Durbin model and the missing parameters can be estimated via maximum likelihood. The resulting coecients are computed as a function of country-wide coecients, as well as distance and regional-sectorial data on value added. The statistical performance of the model is scrutinized and the method is illustrated with simulations of regional (NUTS-3 level) economic impact assessment for generic companies located in Southern France, Germany and Poland. (original abstract)
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  • SGH Warsaw School of Economics, Poland
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