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Author: Walter Isard
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Title: Regional Input-Output Study: Recollections, Reflections, and Diverse Notes on the Philadelphia Experience (Regional Science Studies)
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Publisher: The MIT Press; 1st US - 1st Printing edition (May 15, 1971)
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Regional Input-Output Study: Recollections, Reflections, and Diverse Notes on the Philadelphia Experience (Regional Science Studies) by Walter Isard



Top. American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library. by Isard, Walter; Langford, Thomas . author. Publication date 1971. Topics ARCHITECTURE, Urban & Land Use Planning, Input-output tables, Tableaux input-output, Economic history,, Regionalpolitik, Macroeconomia,, Economics Input-output analysis Study regions: Philadelphia, 1959. Publisher Cambridge, Mass. Collection inlibrary; printdisabled; mitpress; americana. Contributor mit press.

Regional Input-Output Study. Recollections, Reflections, and Diverse Notes on the Philadelphia Experience. By Walter Isard and Thomas W. Langford. One of the major lessons learned. One of the major lessons to emerge from the study is the general conclusion that both theoretical and practical grounds require a great deal more flexibility in the generation and adjustment of data than had hitherto been thought.

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Regional Input-Output Study: Recollections, Reflections, and Diverse Notes on the Philadelphia Experience (Regional Science Studies) (Input-output analysis is based on an industry interaction. Introduction to Regional Science. Methods of Regional Analysis: An Introduction to Regional Sciences (Regional Science Studies Series, No. 4) (An essential book. Walter Isard, professor emeritus of economics and regional science, was one of the pioneers in the field of regional science. ISARD, Walter was born on April 19, 1919 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of Lazar and Anna (Podolin) Isard.

Methods of Regional Analysis; an Introduction to Regional Science. Cambridge: Published jointly by the Technology Press of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Wiley, New York. Regional Input-output Study: Recollections, Reflections, and Diverse Notes on the Philadelphia Experience. Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT Press. Englewood Cliffs, . : Prentice-Hall.

Regional Input-Output Study: Recollections, Reflections and Diverse Notes on The Philadelphia Experi. August 1972 · Economica.

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Input–output economics has been used to study regional economies within a nation, and as a tool for national and regional economic planning. A main use of input–output analysis is to measure the economic impacts of events as well as public investments or programs as shown by IMPLAN and Regional Input-Output Modeling System. In 2003, Mohammad Gani, a pupil of Leontief, introduced consistency analysis in his book 'Foundations of Economic Science'. ISBN 984320655X), which formally looks exactly like the input–output table but explores the dependency relations in terms of payments and intermediation relations.

Isard, Walter and Thomas W. Cambridge, Massachusetts: The MIT Press. Jackson, Randall W. The Relative Importance of Input Coefficients and Transactions in Input-Output Structure, in John . I. Dewhurst, Geoffrey J. D. Hewings, and Rodney C. Jensen (ed. Regional Input-Output Modeling: New Developments and Interpretations. Brookfield, Massachusetts: Avebury, pp. 51-65. Jensen, Rodney C. and Guy R. West.

Input-output analysis is based on an industry interaction model portraying the interrelation of purchases and sales as a means of predicting the future of an economy. The authors give their readers a detailed description of the practical application of the theoretical input-output concept to the economy of metropolitan Philadelphia. This case study centers around the procedural and methodological experiences gained in the construction of the most extensive and detailed regional input-output analysis completed to date. This study constitutes the first such input-output analysis available for any large metropolitan region. Simply written and understandable to the generalist, this tenth volume in the MIT Series of Regional Science Studies develops a series of general discussions and specific comments for the benefit of those who may undertake or administer new studies. Recorded in the work are the mistakes made and lessons learned. One of the major lessons to emerge from the study is the general conclusion that both theoretical and practical grounds require a great deal more flexibility in the generation and adjustment data than had hitherto been thought. In contrast, constraints in the kind and sequencing of data prove to be more rigid than formerly believed. Overall, the study provides specific practical responses to major criticisms of sales-purchase data estimation, coefficient construction and final demand classification and reconciliation. No previous attempt has ever been made to relate such aspects of input-output theory to specific operations procedures. The final chapters outline the potential applications of input-output methodology to the analysis of the impact of the Vietnam War on the Philadelphia area and problems of environmental quality. This pioneering work should prove of interest not only to economists but also to regional scientists, public administrators, planning professionals, and students, as well as anyone generally interested in urban development.