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The Elements of Input-Output Analysis

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The Elements of Input-Output Analysis
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Publisher: Random House Inc
ISBN/ASIN: 0394303938
ISBN-13: 9780394303932
Number of pages: 257

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This volume is designed to give the reader an understanding of how the input-output system works; it is not a guide to the construction of an interindustry transactions table. Most of this book deals with a static, open input-output model.

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