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Torój Andrzej (Szkoła Główna Handlowa w Warszawie)
Regional economic impact assessment with missing input-output data: a spatial econometrics approach for Poland
Collegium of Economic Analysis SGH - Working Papers, 2016, nr 4, 30 s., wykr., tab., bibliogr. 43 poz.
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Analiza przepływów międzygałęziowych, Przestrzenna analiza statystyczna, Regionalna współpraca gospodarcza
Input-output analysis, Spatial statistical analysis, Regional economic cooperation
We propose a novel method of constructing multisector-multiregion input-output tables, based on the standard multisector tables and the tools of spatial econometrics. Voivodship-level (NUTS-2) and subregion-level data (NUTS-3) on sectoral value added is used to fit a spatial model, based on a modification of the Durbin model. The structural coecients are calibrated, based on I-O multipliers, while the spatial weight matrices are estimated as parsimoniously parametrised functions of physical distance and limited supply in certain regions. We incorporate additional restrictions to derive proportions in which every cross-sectoral ow should be interpolated into cross-regional ow matrix. All calculations are based on publicly available data. The method is illustrated with an example of regional economic impact assessment for a generic construction company located in Eastern Poland. (original abstract)
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