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10 - Nonsurvey and Partial-Survey Methods:

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Published online by Cambridge University Press:  06 January 2022

Ronald E. Miller
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University of Pennsylvania
Peter D. Blair
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George Mason University
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Chapter 10 surveys a range of partial survey and non-survey estimation approaches for creating input–output tables at the regional level. Variants of the commonly used class of estimating procedures using location quotients are reviewed; these presume a regional estimate of input–output data can be derived using some information about a target region. Cross-hauling is discussed and approaches to address it are presented. The RAS technique developed in Chapter 9 is applied using a base national table or a table for another region and some available data for the target region. Techniques for partial survey estimation of commodity flows between regions are also presented along with discussions of several real-world multinational applications, including the China–Japan Transnational Interregional Model and Leontief’s World Model.

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Input-Output Analysis
Foundations and Extensions
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Print publication year: 2022

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