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2000. XXXI évfolyam 3-4.

V. ALBINO – S. KÜHTZ: Input-output models for economy-energy-environment analysis of tourism-related businesses in a natural park

The analysis of relationships among socio-economic activities and the environment is fundamental to plan a sustainable development. In the present work an Input-Output (I-O) analysis based upon ...

UTZ-PETER REICH: Inequality of value in international trade: An input-output approach

International trade may be defined –in contrast to interregional trade- as trade involving, besides goods, an exchange of national currencies, the transactions of which are collected on, and ...

TAMÁS RÉVÉSZ: Accounting for demand-effects in input-output price-models

Input-output price-models traditionally concentrate on the cost-component of price formation rules. This includes a mechanism determining which factors' costs and/or returns will be built into the ...

Szigma 2000 / 3-4. szám

SZIGMA Matematikai-közgazdasági folyóirat A Gazdaságmodellezési Társaság lapja     Főszerkesztő: VÖRÖS JÓZSEF PTE Közgazdaságtudományi Kar, H-7622 Pécs, Rákóczi út 80. Tel.: 72/210-044, Fax: ...

NIKOLAOS ADAMOU – GÜLAY GÜNLÜK-SENESEN: Labor productivity decomposition: Generation and benefit spillover

Industrial sectoral productivity may be decomposed into the causes behind its generation, labor reduction and output expansion. Another decomposition may be in its induced, direct and indirect ...

MARIUSZ PLICH: Economic-ecological model for Poland

Applied mathematical models are tools used to support policy and decision making processes in economy. In the late sixties and at the beginning of the seventies, following the rising interest of ...

CSÁK LIGETI: International input-output conference in Balatonfüred

The International Input-Output Association (IIOA) and the Hungarian Society for Economic Modelling (HSEM) in co-operation with the Hungarian Statistical Association and the Hungarian Central ...