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タイトル: Evaluation of Non-Survey International IO Construction Methods with the Asian-Pacific Input-Output Table
著者: Oosterhaven, Jan
Stelder, Dirk
Inomata, Satoshi
猪俣, 哲史
キーワード: Non-survey estimates
International trade
Input-output tables
East-Asia
Southeast Asia
United States
貿易
産業連関表
東アジア
東南アジア
アメリカ合衆国
Issue Date: Jul-2007
出版者: Institute of Developing Economies, JETRO
引用: IDE Discussion Paper. No. 114. 2007.7
抄録: This paper presents four non-survey methods to construct a full-information international input-output table from national IO tables and international import and export statistics, and this paper tests these four methods against the semi-survey international IO table for nine East-Asian countries and the USA, which is constructed by the Institute of Developing Economies in Japan. The tests show that the impact on the domestic flows of using self-sufficiency ratios is small, except for Singapore and Malaysia, two countries with large volumes of smuggling and transit trade. As regards the accuracy of the international flows, all methods show considerable errors, of 10%-40% for commodities and of 10%-70% for services. When more information is added, i.e. going from Method 1 to 4, the accuracy increases, except for Method 2 that generally produces larger errors than Method 1. In all, it seems doubtful whether replacing the semi-survey Asian-Pacific IO table with one of the four non-survey tables is justified, except when the semi-survey table itself is also considered to be just another estimate.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2344/641
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