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 JEL GuideMicroeconomicsGeneral Equilibrium and DisequilibriumInput-Output Analysis [D57]

 

  • Compilation of the interregional input-output table for the year 2015: data sources and methodology [09/07/2021]

    The Federal Planning Bureau has built the 2015 interregional input-output table for Belgium within the framework of an agreement with the statistical authorities of the three Regions (BISA/IBSA, VSA and IWEPS). This paper describes the methodology and data sources used to compile this table.

    WP 07-21
     
  • Analyse du tableau input-output interrégional pour l’année 2010
    Analyse van de interregionale input-outputtabel voor het jaar 2010 [29/04/2016]

    This working paper presents two analytical applications based on the interregional input-output (IO) table for Belgium for the year 2010. The Federal Planning Bureau constructed this table in 2015 in cooperation with the statistical authorities of the country’s three Regions (IBSA, SVR and IWEPS). The following standard IO analyses based on applying the Leontief model to the interregional IO table are presented here: the derivation of multipliers for each region and the estimation of regional value added and regional employment generated by domestic final demand and exports.

    Working Paper 05-16
     
  • De energie-intensiteit van de componenten van de finale vraag 1995-2005 - Een input-output analyse in constante prijzen [26/09/2013]

    The input-output table of 2005 has been, together with new versions of the tables for 1995 and 2005, subjected to a traditional input-output analysis by means of the cumulated costs : the analysis of value added and intermediate imports directly and indirectly caused in the whole economy by the deliveries of one industry to final demand. By means of this technique the share of energy in the (cumulated) cost structure of the industries and components of final demand is examined.

    Working Paper 11-13
     
  • Bijdrage van de componenten van de finale vraag tot het bbp 1995-2005 Een input-output analyse in constante prijzen [25/09/2013]

    The input-output table of 2005 has been, together with new versions of the tables for 1995 and 2005, subjected to a traditional input-output analysis by means of the cumulated costs: the analysis of value added and intermediate imports directly and indirectly caused in the whole economy by the deliveries of one industry to final demand. By means of this technique is examined which contribution to GDP each component of final demand generates.

    Working Paper 10-13
     
  • De gecumuleerde kosten 1995-2005 - Een input-output analyse in constante prijzen [24/09/2013]

    The input-output table of 2005 has been, together with new versions of the tables for 1995 and 2005, subjected to a traditional input-output analysis by means of the cumulated costs : the analysis of value added and intermediate imports directly and indirectly caused in the whole economy by the deliveries of one industry to final demand. Two tendencies are observed: an increase of intermediate imports in the cost structures (1995-2000) and a de-industrialization (2000-2005). But a few particularities are also discovered.

    Working Paper 09-13
     
  • Les multiplicateurs de production, de revenu et d’emploi 1995-2005 - Une analyse entrées-sorties à prix constants [23/09/2013]

    This Working paper presents the output, income and employment multipliers of the final demand in Belgium over the period 1995-2005. It exploits a consistent time series of input-output tables at constant prices for the years 1995, 2000 and 2005, which allows, for the first time in Belgium, to study the evolution of final demand multipliers without methodological break and without price effects.

    Working Paper 08-13
     
  • Analyse entrées-sorties - Modèles, Multiplicateurs, Linkages
    Input-outputanalyse - Modellen, Multiplicatoren, Linkages [15/10/2012]

    Since 1994, the Federal Planning Bureau is responsible for drawing up the five-year input-output tables for Belgium. These tables are a unique tool for analysing the interdependences between the branches of the Belgian economy. When integrated in an input-output model, they provide rapidly different synthetic measures of the interdependences. The WP presents two classic applications of the IO models : multipliers and linkage measures.

    Working Paper 12-12
     
  • Quelques applications à l’aide du Tableau Entrées-Sorties 1995 [30/10/2003]

    Working Paper 18-03
     
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