An Economic Analysis of Biproportional Properties in an Input-Output System

27 Pages Posted: 22 May 2002

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Yasuhide Okuyama

West Virginia University - Regional Research Institute

Geoffrey J.D. Hewings

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Michael Sonis

Bar-Ilan University - Department of Geography and Environment; University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign - Department of Geography

Philip R. Israilevic

Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago (Deceased)

Abstract

Various methods, such as biproportional adjustment and econometric estimating have been used to generate time series for input-output tables. In this paper, temporal changes of input-output coefficients are examined in order to analyze their behavior. Within the Chicago Region Econometric Input-Output Model, a set of input-output relationships has been extracted analytically for the period 1980-1997. Using the empirical evidence for Chicago, this paper conducts econometric time series analysis to determine whether or not certain coefficients or sets of coefficients exhibit tendencies toward stability or predictable change or whether others require more extensive econometric estimation.

Suggested Citation

Okuyama, Yasuhide and Hewings, Geoffrey J.D. and Sonis, Michael and Israilevic, Philip R., An Economic Analysis of Biproportional Properties in an Input-Output System. Journal of Regional Science, Vol. 42, pp. 361-387, 2002. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=313507

Yasuhide Okuyama (Contact Author)

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Geoffrey J.D. Hewings

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign ( email )

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Michael Sonis

Bar-Ilan University - Department of Geography and Environment ( email )

Israel

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign - Department of Geography ( email )

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Philip R. Israilevic

Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago (Deceased)

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