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The family of classical interregional input-output models associated with authors such as Isard, Chenery, Moses, Leontief, Strout, Riefler and Tiebout may be classified and compared in terms of the assumed structure of their corresponding matrix of interregional trade share coefficients. In this...
Translog cost models are used to represent production technologies for the Pacific Northwest lumber and plywood industries. Expressions for cost elasticities are obtained along with measures for derived demand, factor substitution, and biased technological change. Emphasis is placed on the...
The analysis of non-neutral technical change has emphasized the element of factor intensity while ignoring the impact of changes in the elasticity of factor substitution on interregional wage differentials. This paper provides a formalized treatment of changes in the elasticity of factor...
This paper is a comparison of two contrasting methods for projecting population at the regional and state levels. A projection of the U.S. Bureau of the Census employs standard demographic methods, while the population projection by Data Resources, Inc., is based on economic opportunity. The...
This article is a contribution to the study of urban and manufacturing evolution that develops and applies the author's concept of the urban-manufacturing life cycle. This concept relates internal characteristics and external impacts of the urban manufacturing base to the process of urban growth...
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