2 edition of three sector input output model of the New Zealand economy in 1970 found in the catalog.
three sector input output model of the New Zealand economy in 1970
Bryan Passmore Philpott
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by B. P. Philpott and G. H. Spencer.|
|Series||Occasional paper - Project on Economic Planning ; no. 15|
|Contributions||Spencer, G. H. joint author.|
|LC Classifications||HC665 .P49|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||24 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||24|
|LC Control Number||76367962|
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Estimates of 16 sector interindustry, or input-output, tables of the New Zealand economy for each of the five years to These tables are much less detailed than the sector estimates published by the Government Statistician * relating to the year ended March 31stbut it is hoped.
Downloadable. This paper investigates changes in the production structure of the New Zealand economy using input output data. The analysis is undertaken at the industry level using inter industry transactions for, and Changes in the composition of gross output and value added are examined.
Figure 4 below shows the growth in real GDP for the primary sector and the whole New Zealand economy for the period in more detail.
Over this period the primary sector has grown faster than the wider economy, with a particularly strong relative performance from the mids through until the late s.
forecasts of major economic variables. The model is basically Keynesian in structure, being strongly d and concerned primarily with questions of short-term stability. As such, it should be distinguished from other models of the New Zealand economy which an; of an input-output type, the primary purpose of.
PROJECT OUTPUT. The EIAT is developed based on the location quotient adaptation of the /10 national I-O table of 19 industry sectors (consistent with the Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification (ANZSIC) 1-digit level) using the Census industry employment data for local government areas in all the states and territories of Australia.
in New Zealand, and became widely known through the publication of his book, The Clash of Progress and Security, in It took its origin from the titles current in Australia and New Zealand of 'primary industry' for agriculture, grazing, trapping, forestry, fishing and mining, and 'secondary industry' for.
Financial Output as Economic Input: Resolving the Inconsistent New Zealand Norway FIRE sector), reconciliation of the three adjusted measures is guaranteed by definition. 17 As can be seen in the table above, government spending appears as one of the. The Treasury provides the Government with strategic policy advice on the New Zealand economy and produces a range of publications and economic data as part of this.
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