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Studies of Some Theoretical Aspects of Input-Output Model

A. Ghosh (Author)
Synopsis The present book consists of a collection of papers dealing with certain familiar approaches in input-output analysis. These approaches are based on the authors original research on certain aspect of the problem of ordering the sectors in input-output matrices. The author has shown that the conventional input-output approach follow the CSIR approach in its classification of economic sectors of all types. The author has in his paper made a detailed analysis on the problem of ordering the sectors. He has shown that sectors with type of ordering different from the conventional input-output ordering system reveals many fruitful approaches which reveal various properties of an input-output system. He has further used various analytical techniques to discus different types of ordering the uses to which they can be put. In the first six papers the themes have been developed showing the properties of different ordering and they way this can be used to reveal the hidden inter-relationship in an input-output system and to development a concept of optimality among many different ordering system and uses of the concept of optimality can to solve many problem of economic policy in a multi-sectoral economy. In this set of papers thus, he has developed a completely novel approach of economic analysis which can be extremely useful in analyzing various features of an economy which can only be revealed through a flexible variation in the sequence of sector ordering. In the second set of papers, the author has defined input-output system incorporating price and quantity and endogenized through an input-output model. These papers also show a completely new approach of using price and quantity in a mixed system. In the last paper in the set the authors has made use of Mandelbrot’s system of fractional dimension and shown through the Mandelbrot system matrices of different order can be used to set up a model which reveal the degree of inter-industrial dependence and also shown that the elaboration of larger matrices reveal how much inter-industrial dependence exists and how they merge into each other. Finally, the author feels that using input-output models only for projection of the national economy as unnecessarily restrictive. The full potential of input-output analysis which can be revealed by specific purpose, different in each case and degree of inter-dependence of the sectors and how this inter-dependence to each other behave as isolated island of inter-dependence sector instead of an economic continuum.
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Title Studies of Some Theoretical Aspects of Input-Output Model
Author A. Ghosh
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2005
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8183181058
length viii+163p., Figures; Tables; References; 23cm.