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Studies in Process Analysis: Economy-Wide Production Capabilities

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Studies in Process Analysis: Economy-Wide Production Capabilities
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Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN/ASIN: B000TCJAJQ
Number of pages: 435

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The studies in this monograph analyze the production capabilities of industries and of the industrial complexes. Models of technology are employed to answer questions concerning the product mixes achievable with various combinations of resources.

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